Four people have been killed and another four badly injured in the crash of a passenger airliner at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, according to Russia's Interior Ministry.
The plane, a Tupolev-204 twin-engine jet, went off the runway at Russia's third-busiest airport on Saturday afternoon; it broke apart and caught fire.
News reports said about a dozen people were aboard and that several of them were seriously injured.
Ministry spokesman Gennady Bogachev said on state news channel Vesti that two people died.
The plane belonged to the Russian airline Red Wings.
Eight people were on board at the time as the plane was flying back to its home at Vnukovo from the Czech Republic without passengers.