Death toll from military plane crash in Russia rises to 14

YEYSK, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 18: Russian Emergencies personnel remove the wreckage of Su-34 bomber military plane after it was crashed into residential building and caused the death of at least 14 people, in Yeysk, Russia on October 18, 2022. Nineteen people were injured in the crash, as two of them remain in intensive care. During the rescue operation, 68 people were saved and 360 others were evacuated. (Photo by Arkady Budnitsky/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
YEYSK, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 18: Russian Emergencies personnel remove the wreckage of Su-34 bomber military plane after it was crashed into residential building and caused the death of at least 14 people, in Yeysk, Russia on October 18, 2022. Nineteen people were injured in the crash, as two of them remain in intensive care. During the rescue operation, 68 people were saved and 360 others were evacuated. (Photo by Arkady Budnitsky/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
Death toll from military plane crash in Russia rises to 14
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