Four killed when Russian airliner crash lands

Dec 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Star Online

A Russian airliner split into pieces after it slid off the runway and crashed onto a highway outside Moscow on Saturday, killing four of the 12 crew on board and leaving smoking chunks of fuselage on the icy road.

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Dec 30, 2012
 
Now should we start making Russian jokes about "chimp" Russian pilots who can't fly planes....like how Russians/Russophiles on the Poland forum have been doing about the Polish pilots who died in Smolensk?
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This must be about the fifteenth Russian plane crash in the last two years, Russians should send their pilots to Poland to teach them how to fly properly.
My commiserations to those who perished.

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