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Watch the crash site of the Russian airliner in Kamchatka

Russian media published the first image showing the hill that the ill-fated plane hit before it crashed, and the plane had hit a hill at an altitude of 230 meters, and the picture shows a black spot resulting from the collision.

According to the Russia Today website, the emergency services stated that the collision split the plane in two and led to a fire, and there was no chance of survival.

The Russian Investigative Committee is studying several versions of the air disaster, including bad weather, technical malfunctions or human error.

The Russian Air Transport Agency announced that the wreckage of the missing plane was found on Tuesday morning in the Kamchatka region in the far east of Russia, about five kilometers from the runway at an airport on the coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk where it was supposed to land.