Russian fighter jet crashes into building as videos show large flames

Several videos have been shared online that appear to show a Russian fighter jet crashing into a building in Russia.

Footage uploaded to social media earlier this morning showed the fighter jet, believed to be a Su-30, diving before crashing in Irkutsk, a Siberian city of more than 600,000 people.

Videos allegedly taken after the crash showed dozens of people watching as flames spread across a building in a residential area.

Some people were seen walking toward the crash site when a helicopter was spotted overhead.

The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations told the Russian news agency Tass that the plane crashed into a private wooden house on Second Sovetsky Lane.

The publication added that the regional Ministry of Emergency Situations has confirmed the incident.

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A Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) Sukhoi SU-30 MKM performs an aerial display at the Singapore Airshow at Changi Exhibition Center on February 7, 2018 in Singapore. The video showed the plane diving before the crash.
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The crash came just days after another Russian fighter jet crashed into an apartment building in Yeysk, a town near the Ukrainian border.

Russian officials confirmed the crash happened to state press agency Tass, which said the plane involved was a Su-34 model.

This is an evolving story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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Rick Schindler

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