A part of a Saratov Airlines Antonov AN-148 plane that crashed after taking off from Moscow's Domodedovo airport, is seen at the scene of the incident outside Moscow, Russia February 11, 2018. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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Investigators will examine Monday numerous possible causes of one of Russia's worst ever aviation accidents that saw a passenger plane carrying 71 people crash near Moscow minutes after take off, killing everyone on board.The Antonov An-148 plane went down in the Ramensky district on the outskirts of Moscow at 2:48 pm (11:28 GMT) on Sunday after taking off from Domodedovo airport in the capital.More than 400 people and 70 vehicles had been deployed to the crash site, the country's emergency ministry said.The Russian-made plane was reportedly seven years old and bought by Saratov Airlines from another Russian airline a year ago.The governor of the Orenburg region, where the plane was heading, told Russian media that "more than 60 people" on board the plane were from the region.Russia has suffered numerous plane crashes, with airlines often operating ageing aircraft in dangerous flying conditions.
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