See The South African Student Who Missed The Russian Plane That Killed 71

South African student schooling in Russia @Sedii_K, would have been among the victims of the Plane Crash which occurred in Russia on Sunday, leaving no survivor.


The South African student who missed her flight wrote earlier on Instagram;

Missed my flight, and it’s the first time , my chest, my wallet, January part 2 clearly for this month. Lol and I’m supposed to start school tomorrow, tota will I have transport money.

Ke gre Ima miss my connecting flight too

However after the plane crash occurred, she wrote;

I was so upset in the morning, but I didn’t know I was being protected. No matter what happens, trust that God allows certain things to happen for certain reasons. Got so many calls today, people worried only to find out plane crashed, 71 dead and no survivors.


Yesterday we reported that a plane crash which occurred in the outskirts of Moscow after taking off from the capital’s Domodedovo airport, reportedly had no survivor.

According to Russian news agencies The Antonov An-148 plane operated by the domestic Saratov Airlines was flying to Orsk, a city in the Urals, with 65 passengers and 6 crew members, but crashed in the Ramensky district outside Moscow.

Though it is not yet clear what had caused the plane crash which happened as temperatures hovered around minus 5 degrees Celsius with periodic snowfalls, however eye witnesses in the village of Argunovo saw a burning plane falling from the sky. Investigators said they had opened a criminal case into the incident, and are looking at all possibilities.

The plane, manufactured in 2010, was carrying 65 passengers and six crew. It disappeared from radar screens shortly after taking off from Moscow’s Domodedovo airport.

Elena Voronova, a spokeswoman for Saratov Airlines, said there had been no concerns about the technical condition of the plane, which had went into service with her company in 2016. Images broadcast on state TV showed relatives waiting at Orsk airport, some with their heads in their hands.

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