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The plane that crashed today in the area of Jraber village of Armenia’s Kotayk Province was a two-seater.

The had taken off from Zvartnots International Airport of Yerevan and headed for Astrakhan, Russia, Armenian News-NEWS.am was informed from the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

Contact with the aircraft was lost en route.

The plane crashed in an open field, and no infrastructure was damaged.

In his turn, Armenian small aviation pilot Armen Sargsyan wrote on Facebook that the plane was flying from the Czech Republic to Yerevan where it made a scheduled technical landing. Adverse weather conditions were most likely the cause of the crash.

Earlier, Armenian News-NEWS.am reported that at 2:20pm Thursday, the national center for crisis management received information that a B55-type plane had crashed and caught fire in the area of Jraber village of Kotayk Province.

The rescuers who arrived at the scene found two burnt bodies.

The fire was extinguished at 2:41pm.

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