Russian state-media report both flight data recorders have been found
Relatives of those killed in a plane crash in Russia are mourning their loved ones at Rostov-On-Don Airport. All 62 people on board the aircraft from Dubai died. Eight of those are Ukrainians including one child, according to officials from the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Kyiv.
The plane's wing hit the ground on its second landing attempt and burst into flames. Russian regional governor said bad weather-a strong gust of wind in the Rostov area was one of the main factors which led to the crash. Russian investigators report they're examining pilot error and technical faults as main causes of crash.
"The version for cause of the catastrophe has not changed in any way, it is first of all bad weather conditions. The number of victims also remains the same - 55 passengers and 7 crew members. The appropriate services are now inspecting the plane crash site. The investigative office and emergencies service are working together," Rostov region governor Vasily Golubev says.
Russian state-media report both flight data recorders have been found and are now being examined.