A combo image shows the Russian military aircraft crashing in the woods.
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Russian media reported that a test version of the military transport plane "Il-112 light" crashed while flying in the Moscow region, noting that the three crew members on board were killed.
Local media said, “A prototype military transport plane crashed while performing a test flight outside Moscow, 3 people dead.
The Russian United Aircraft Corporation (OAK) told the TASS news about the crash of the plane while landing about 1.5 km from Kubinka Airport on the outskirts of Moscow, stressing that preliminary data indicated a fire in the plane's engine.
The light Russian transport aircraft "Il-112 light" is intended for transporting payloads of less than 5 tonnes of merchandise, army personnel, weapons and military equipment of all kinds.
A large military exhibition was scheduled to take place in Kubinka, a military town about 63 kilometers west of Moscow.
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