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Russian plane crash lands in corn field after hitting a flock of birds

CBS News Thursday, 15 August 2019 ()
Russian plane crash lands in corn field after hitting a flock of birdsRussian airline pilots averted a disaster outside Moscow Thursday morning. They landed their jet in a cornfield after a bird strike when it took off. Incredibly, no one was killed. Passengers milled around in the field after the crash landing. Holly Williams reports.
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News video: Plane crash-lands in Russian field after hitting flock of birds

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A Russian passenger plane made an emergency landing in a cornfield near Moscow on Thursday (August 15) after striking a flock of birds.

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