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Russian emergency fire trucks are seen among the wreckage of a crashed plane at the Rostov-on-Don airport, about 950 kilometers (600 miles) south of Moscow, Russia Saturday, March 19, 2016.

Flight Recorder Found at FlyDubai Boeing Crash Site in Russia

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Investigators have found one of the two flight recorders of the FlyDubai Boeing 737-800 plane that crashed in Russia on Saturday, the Investigative Committee's representative Vladimir Markin said.

This frame grab provided by Rostov-on-Don I General company from black and white CCTV footage shows road and behind line of trees fireball, believed to be a plane on fire, crashes to ground at the Rostov-on-Don airport, about 950 kilometers (600 miles) south of Moscow, Russia Saturday, March 19, 2016.
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Investigators are recovering the remains of the victims which will be subjected to forensic examination. They are also searching for the second flight data recorder.

"The investigators are studying flight documents and examining the actions undertaken by the airport's emergencies services. They are establishing contacts with FlyDubai representatives who will soon arrive in Rostov-on-Don," Markin added.

FlyDubai Boeing 737-800 plane from Dubai crashed at about 03:50 Moscow time (00:50 GMT) on Saturday while attempting landing amid poor weather conditions at the Rostov-on-Don Airport (ROV). All people on board the aircraft, 55 passengers and seven crew members, were killed in the crash.

The Russian Emergencies Ministry published the list of all people aboard the plane.

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flight data recorder, plane crash, Boeing 737-800, FlyDubai crash in Russia, FlyDubai, Russian Investigative Committee, Vladimir Markin, Russia, Rostov-on-Don
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