The plane began to rapidly lose height in the sky above the northern part of the Volgograd region. Fortunately, the cadet of the branch of the Air Force Academy together with the pilot-instructor managed to eject in time. Ivan Klimenko and Sergey Zavoloka were sent to Borisoglebsk military hospital in a state of shock. According to the latest data, the pilots piloting the aircraft did not receive any serious damage.
The fire brigades of the Boris and Gleb garrison worked at the crash site (and this is a sunflower field). The burning wreckage of the Yak-130 was extinguished around 14: 55 (MSK).
Fire Department of Borisoglebsk Flight Base:
The working version is confirmed that the cause of the crash was a malfunction in the engine of the aircraft. Earlier, pilots of the Borisoglebsky airbase have repeatedly criticized the technical aspects of the Yak-130 aircraft.