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Russian police investigators and emergency services teams work at the Tu-204 jet crash site near the Vnukovo airport outside Moscow on December 29, 2012. Four crew were killed when a Russian airliner crashed into a motorway and broke up into three pieces after overshooting the runway at an international Moscow airport. The Red Wings airlines Russian-made Tu-204 jet -- empty of passengers and carrying just its eight crew on a return trip from the Czech Republic -- caught fire after crashing through the perimeter fence of Vnukovo airport in the west of the city. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA (Photo credit should read NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images)
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Russian police investigators and emergency services teams work at the Tu-204 jet crash site near the Vnukovo airport outside Moscow on December 29, 2012. Four crew were killed when a Russian airliner crashed into a motorway and broke up into three pieces after overshooting the runway at an international Moscow airport. The Red Wings airlines Russian-made Tu-204 jet -- empty of passengers and carrying just its eight crew on a return trip from the Czech Republic -- caught fire after crashing through the perimeter fence of Vnukovo airport in the west of the city. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA (Photo credit should read NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 29, 2012
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Russian police investigators and emergency services teams work at the... News Photo 158798544Airport,Crash,Emergencies and Disasters,Horizontal,Investigation,Jets,Mode of Transport,Moscow,Occupation,Police,Russia,Russian,Site,Team,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPRussian police investigators and emergency services teams work at the Tu-204 jet crash site near the Vnukovo airport outside Moscow on December 29, 2012. Four crew were killed when a Russian airliner crashed into a motorway and broke up into three pieces after overshooting the runway at an international Moscow airport. The Red Wings airlines Russian-made Tu-204 jet -- empty of passengers and carrying just its eight crew on a return trip from the Czech Republic -- caught fire after crashing through the perimeter fence of Vnukovo airport in the west of the city. AFP PHOTO / NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA (Photo credit should read NATALIA KOLESNIKOVA/AFP/Getty Images)