A Red Wings Airlines Tupolev Tu-204 overshot a runway at a Moscow Airport and crashed into a road Dec. 29, killing at least four people. Initial reports said there were eight crew members onboard and that four were killed and four seriously injured. The aircraft, serial number RA-64047 and operating as Red Wings flight 9268, was landing at Vnokovo airport. A BBC report said the aircraft could be seen split into several pieces, with the cockpit on the road. Red Wings is based in ...

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