September 19 2017
Military investigators are looking into the cause of a Russian trainer aircraft over the weekend.
Two military pilots were uninjured after their trainer aircraft went down on Saturday, reports the domestic Sputnik news agency.
The Yak-130 trainer crashed near the base in Borisoglebsk, in the country's southwest, said the Defense Ministry.
The pilots reportedly steered the aircraft away from nearby buildings before ejecting.
Both were picked up by search-and-rescue...
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