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Russian search and rescue team has recovered 19 victims of a plane crash in Russia’s remote far eastern Kamchatka Peninsula.
Antonov An-26 twin-engined turboprop plane, disappeared while flying from Kamchatsky to the coastal town of Palana on Tuesday and reportedly went down as it came in for a landing in bad weather.
The plane was carrying 28 people on board included six crew and 22 passengers, including two children.
Hours after the aircraft went missing, search teams found the wreckage on a coastal cliffside near Palana and in the Sea of Okhotsk, about three miles from the airport the plane was set to land.