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Two Russian fighter pilots die after crashing into a house in Siberia

Two pilots of a Russian Su-30 fighter have died after crashing during a test flight into a two-story house in the Siberian city of Irkutsk, the local governor reported on Sunday.

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“Both pilots died. No local residents were injured,” Igor Kobzev has noted on his Telegram account.

The fighter crashed into a private house of 100 square meters for two families, he explained.

“The plane was making a test flight,” stressed the governor of Irkutsk.

The Russian Investigative Committee, which has opened a criminal case as usual in these cases, has stressed that the fighter did not carry ammunition.