31 Dead due to the Plane crash in Siberia

A Russian passenger plane crashes shortly after taking off from the city of Tyumen in Siberia killing 31 out of the 43 people on board including all four crew.

Video footage at the scene shows wreckage of The ATR 72, twin-engine turboprop strewn across a snowy field 22 miles from Tyumen where it took-off.
The aircraft, belonging to Russian passenger airline UTair, crashed at 7.50am local time, on Monday after taking off from the city's 's Roshchino international airport for Surgut, also in Tyumen region.
Eleven people survived after being pulled from the burning wreckage but suffered serious burns and other injuries. They were airlifted to hospital by helicopter.
Investigators said they were examining two main theories for the crash: pilot error and a technical failure. Both black boxes have been found.
It is thought all of the passengers were residents of Tyumen and Surgut, two major west Siberian oil towns.
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