Barnaul Plane Emergency Landing: Passengers Safely Evacuated to Regional Cultural Center, No Medical Care Needed
Barnaul Governor Assures Passengers Safe After Emergency Plane Landing
The governor of Barnaul, Andrei Travnikov, has confirmed that the passengers of a plane that made an emergency landing in the Novosibirsk region were safely evacuated to a regional cultural center. Fortunately, no one required medical attention.
Temporary Accommodation Center Set Up for Passengers
According to Travnikov, the head of the Ubinsky district, Oleg Fedorovich Konyuk, reported the air accident to him. The passengers have been provided with temporary accommodation at the district’s cultural center, where they are being served hot meals. Travnikov stated that there were no casualties and no one needed medical assistance, although doctors are available if needed.
Details of the Emergency Landing
Prior to this update, it was reported by the press service of Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport that Ural Airlines flight 1383, which was en route from Sochi to Omsk, had to make an emergency landing in a rural area within the Obinsky district of the Novosibirsk region. The incident occurred at 9:50 local time. Fortunately, there were no casualties, and the crew members were able to establish contact.