In Russia, a Su-30 fighter plane crashed into a house, 2 pilots killed

A Russian Su-30 fighter plane crashed into a house in Siberia, two pilots were killed.

The Governor of the Irkutsk region Igor Kobzev reported that a Su-30 fighter jet crashed on a 2-story building in Irkutsk, 2 pilots were killed, and there were no casualties among the local residents.

“According to preliminary data, a plane of SU category fell on a two-story building on Przhevalskogo Street in Irkutsk”.

The Governor said that he had arrived at the scene. “All units are already here. There is no information about the victims yet,” – he added.

The press service of the main department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Irkutsk region clarifies that the Su-30 plane crashed during a test flight. “The plane crashed within the city, in the sector of private buildings. Fire and rescue units are working at the scene, the information is being clarified,” – the statement said.

There was a fire at the crash site.

Russia faces problems with aircraft serviceability and pilot professionalism after Moscow lost its best military aircraft and dozens of pilots in the war in Ukraine

The Su-30 is a multi-role fighter of the “4+” generation, developed by the Sukhoi Design Bureau and serially produced at the Irkutsk aircraft plant.

On the evening of October 17, in the Russian city of Yeysk, a Su-34 military aircraft crashed into a high-rise building while climbing, killing 15 people.

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