Russia begins an investigation into a fighter jet accident: The Yeysk fighter jet accident has been the subject of a criminal inquiry by Russia‘s state investigative committee. In addition, a massive flame from the accident devoured the apartments.
According to authorities, four persons were reported dead, and six were missing. An inspection of the site by investigators capture on camera by the committee.
The regional governor, Veniamin Kondratyev, the provincial governor, also made footage of firemen putting out a fire in a nine-story structure.
A small part of the Sea of Azov separates Yeysk from the area of southern Ukraine, where the land taken from Russia is.
According to the state-run RIA news agency in Russia, the accident happened during a training flight from a military base.
After hearing about the fire, Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly ordered to provide “all necessary aid to the victims of the military jet accident.” The state-run news agency TASS confirmed this with the Kremlin.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, a Su-34 plane crashed on October 17, 2022, when it took off for a training mission from a military airstrip in the Southern Military District.
According to its statement, the military plane malfunctioned when “one of its engines caught fire after take-off.”
The ministry said that the fuel of the aircraft caught fire at the scene of the Sukhoi Su-34 accident in the courtyard of a residential neighborhood.
Social media posts included images of a Soviet-era apartment building on fire.
According to Russian state-run media, emergency services said the fire had spread to five of the residential building’s nine levels.
The emergency services said the fire consumed 2,000 square meters or 21,500 square feet.
According to the local Krasnodar government, the structure typically houses 600 people.