Plane Crash in Russia's Kazan Kills 52 People Onboard

--A Boeing plane crashes Sunday November 17, 2013, on landing in Russia's Kazan.

--All 52 people aboard, 46 passengers and six crew members, were killed.

--Cause of the crash is yet to be determined.

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Airport in Kazan

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Ambulances Arrive at the Scene

Plane Wreckage at the Scene

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Location of Kazan Air Crash
Major Air Crashes in Russia

On Dec. 29, 2012, a Tu-204 passenger plane with eight crew members onboard slid off the runaway at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, killing four and injuring four others.

On April. 2, 2012, an ATR-72 passenger plane carrying 43 people crashed in Russia's Siberia region, leaving 32 people on board killed.

On Sept. 7, 2011, a YAK-42 passenger plane, chartered by the Lokomotiv hockey team, crashed after taking off near the central Russian city of Yaroslavl, killing 44 out of 45 people on board.

On June 20, 2011, a Tu-134 passenger plane crashed in heavy fog on a highway about one kilometer away from the Petrozavodsk airport in northwestern Russia, killing 47 people and injuring five others.

On Aug. 2, 2010, an An-24 passenger jet crashed in Russia's Krasnoyarsk territory, killing all 11 passengers.

On April 10, 2010, a total of 96 people aboard Polish President Lech Kaczynski's official Tupolev Tu-154 plane were all killed in an air crash near Smolensk airport in western Russia. The plane was carrying Kaczynski, his wife Maria and a large number of senior Polish officials.

On Sept. 14, 2008, an Aeroflot Boeing 737 plane crashed in a ball of fire near the Ural mountains, killing all 82 passengers and six crew members.