"Three versions are being considered at this time. The first is a crew error. The second is the possibility of a technical failure of the aircraft itself. The third is the misoperation of the navigation services," Kazakhstan’s Minister of Internal Affairs, Erl Turhumbaiev, stated.
He noted that the plane had not caught on fire after the crash due to the weather conditions, which had minimized casualties.
As we reported earlier, a plane with 100 people aboard crashed in Kazakhstan. The country's Industry Ministry reported that on Facebook.
The tragedy occurred not far from Kyzyl-Tu in Almaty region, at 07:22 a.m. local time.
"Flight No.Z2100 of Bek Air company, aircraft Fokker-100 lost the altitude upon the takeoff and hit the barrier curb, as it was on its way from Almaty to Nursultan. A collision with the two-story building followed", the Ministry reported.
Two Ukrainians, who were at the board of the plane crashed in Kazakhstan, have broken their spines.
Yana Son (1990 year of birth) has compression fracture without conduction defect of the spinal cord and fracture of spine arches. Yuriy Son (1991 year of birth) was hospitalized with compression fracture without conduction defect of the spinal cord.