(MOSCOW) -- Four people were killed in a Russian passenger plane crashed near Moscow, according to the Russian Interior Ministry.
Among those dead include the pilot and co-pilot, Interfax says.
The plane was flying from Pardubice, Czech Republic and was carrying at least eight people who were crew members, Russian state television reports.
Officials say the plane belongs to Russian low-cost airline Red Wings and crashed onto Kievskoye Highway after a second landing attempt.
The plane broke apart into three pieces and caught on fire, officials confirm.
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