At least two people were killed after a plane crash landed at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, Russia's Emergency Ministry has said in a statement.
The ministry, citing preliminary data, said 12 people were on board the flight, including four crew members and eight passengers, when it made a hard landing shortly after 4:35pm local time.
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