The bodies of 19 passengers of the crashed plane in Russia have been recovered

The bodies of 19 passengers have been recovered from the plane that crashed on the Kamchatka Peninsula in eastern Russia. There were a total of 28 passengers in the plane. All passengers are believed to have died. According to a statement from the relevant ministry of Russia, various parts of 19 bodies have been recovered from the accident site.

More than 50 rescue workers are conducting operations at the crash site. However, due to thick fog and strong winds, the rescue work was stopped for some time. It is reported that there were 22 passengers and 6 crew among the 28 passengers on the plane. Two of the passengers were minors.

Governor of Kamchatka Vladimir Solodov announced 3 days of mourning in the plane crash. He also said that 47 thousand US dollars will be given to the families of the victims.

Apart from this, the governor met their families. Russian President Vladimir Putin also condoled the incident.

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