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Russian Antonov An-26 Crash Site Located

It has been a bad week for air travel. On Tuesday, a Kamchatka Aviation Enterprise Antonov An-26 went missing after attempting a landing in bad weather at Palana Airport in Russia. According to Reuters, all 22 passengers and six crew members are confirmed dead, including Palana's mayor, Olga Mokhierva. Aircraft debris has been found in nearby areas around the airport, and Russia’s federal air transport agency, Rosaviatsiya, has located the crash site. An-26 Goes Missing in Low Clouds So far, details…