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Topic - Vadim Grebennikov
Emergency services spokesman Vadim Grebennikov said the fire, which began in one of the engines as the plane taxied for takeoff, caused a powerful blast that destroyed the Tu-154 aircraft and spread flames across 1,000 square meters (11,000 square feet).
Grebennikov said 10 people were seriously injured, including six who were badly burned and four who suffered broken bones or other trauma.