A Russian military cargo plane crashed early on Friday morning in Ryazan, a city west of Moscow, killing four people

A Russian military cargo plane crashed early on Friday morning in Ryazan, a city west of Moscow, killing four people.

A Russian military cargo plane crashed early on Friday morning in Ryazan, a city west of Moscow, killing four people.

While attempting to land in a Russian city, the military transport aircraft II-76 crashed and caught fire.

According to the state news agency RIA, five people were hospitalized with injuries.

The Interfax news agency cited the Russian defense ministry as saying the plane had an engine issue while performing a training flight. The ministry withheld information about crew fatalities.

The Interfax news agency cited the Russian defense ministry as saying the plane had an engine issue while performing a training flight. The ministry withheld information about crew fatalities.

It occurs only a few days after Ukrainian forces downed a Russian Su-25 FROGFOOT aircraft, capturing the pilot in the process. The pilot has admitted, in accordance with British intelligence, that he was the former Russian air force, Major. He had taken a job as a military contractor for Wagner and had flown several missions during the conflict.

The governor of Lysychansk reported on Friday that Ukrainian troops successfully repelled a Russian attack on the city’s southern outskirts. Lysychansk is the last fully Ukrainian-controlled city in the Luhansk region. Fighting has escalated in the east.

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