An-12 crash in Afghanistan killed nine, including two Ukrainian
The Ukrainian Embassy in Tajikistan and Afghanistan (concurrently) has reported the crash of an An-12 cargo plane in Dwyer airport in Helmand province of Afghanistan on May 18, which killed nine crewmembers, including two citizens of Ukraine.
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"The crew had eleven members - one citizen of Uzbekistan (the captain), three citizens of Ukraine and seven citizens of Azerbaijan. The crash killed nine people (two citizens of Ukraine, a citizen of Uzbekistan and six citizens of Azerbaijan). One Ukrainian citizen was hospitalized (his condition is serious but stable) in the city of Kandahar," the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's consular service department wrote on Facebook.