The Russian plane that split into pieces after a hard landing had 11 people on board but nobody has been killed, a spokeswoman for Moscow's Vnukovo airport has said, according to Reuters.
Yelena Krylova told reporters there may have been injuries among the crew of the Tupolev Tu-204 jet. She confirmed no passengers were on board.
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