Two Russian pilots killed after jet crashes into Siberian home

A Russian military plane crashed into the home of two families in Siberia on Sunday, killing two Russian pilots, Russian authorities said.

The occupants of the two-storey building were not in the house at the time of the incendiary explosion.

In one of the messages, the main representative of the Russian language, Igor Kopsev, said that the plane crashed into the structure – where two families lived – in the city of Irkutsk.

Similarly, Kopsev shared a video showing firefighters moving over the ruins and pouring water over the rubble.

The Sukhoi Su-30 Warrior was on a training flight, authorities indicated.

Sunday’s episode recordings presented via virtual entertainment showed the fly sinking upward before crashing into an emotional, space-devouring fireball in thick, dark smoke.

Insightful Russian State Council reported that fraud testing was in progress on conceivable air security rules.

No weapons were transported on board the aircraft.

This is the second fatal accident in just six days, involving a Sukhoi military aircraft.

Last Monday, a Sukhoi Su-34 crashed into a residential complex in the southern Russian city of Yeysk, near Ukraine, killing at least 15 people and damaging 19. The reason is a specialized malfunction, according to specialists after examining Basic.