Así quedó el avión ruso tras estrellarse en Egipto (Fotos)

Un avión ruso con 224 personas se estrelló el sábado en la península egipcia del Sinaí, tras desaparecer del radar y caer desde altitud de crucero, causando la muerte de todos a bordo.

Un grupo militante egipcio vinculado al Estado Islámico dijo en un comunicado que había derribado el avión “en represalia por los ataque aéreos rusos que han matado a cientos de musulmanes en territorio sirio”. Sin embargo, el ministro ruso de Transporte dijo que a la agencia Interfax que la declaración “no puede considerarse precisa”.
El Airbus A-321, operado por la aerolínea rusa Kogalymavia bajo la marca Metrojet, volaba desde el centro turístico costero de Sharm el Sheij, en el Mar Rojo, hacia San Petersburgo cuando cayó en una zona montañosa aislada del centro del Sinaí poco después del amanecer, dijo el Ministerio de Aviación egipcio.

 

SIN11. Sinai (Egypt), .- The Egyptian Prime Minister, Sherif Ismail (3 - L), examines the wreckage at the site of the Russian plane crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN10. Sinai (Egypt), .- The Egyptian Prime Minister, Sherif Ismail (R), examines the wreckage at the site of the Russian plane crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN09. Sinai (Egypt), .- The Egyptian Prime Minister, Sherif Ismail (2 - R), examines the wreckage at the site of the Russian plane crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN04. Sinai (Egypt), .- Debris from crashed Russian jet lies strewn across the sand at the site of the crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN03. Sinai (Egypt), .- Debris from crashed Russian jet lies strewn across the sand at the site of the crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN02. Sinai (Egypt), .- Debris from crashed Russian jet lies strewn across the sand at the site of the crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

SIN01. Sinai (Egypt), .- Debris from crashed Russian jet lies on the sand at the site of the crash, Sinai, Egypt, 31 October 2015. According to reports the Egyptian Government has dispatched more than 45 ambulances to the crash site of the Kogalymavia Metrojet Russian passenger jet, which disappeared from raider after requesting an emergency landing early 31 October, crashing in the mountainous al-Hasanah area of central Sinai. The black box has been recovered at the site. (Egipto) EFE/EPA/STR EGYPT OUT Authorities fear all on board crashed Russian jet dead

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