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At Least 122 Dead in Air Crash in Siberia

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At least 122 people are dead and 50 injured after a Russian passenger plane skids off a rain-slicked runway in Siberia. Investigators are looking into human error or a mechanical problem with the Airbus A-310, flown by the Russian airline S-7. The plane hit a concrete barrier and burst into flames.

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