PRAGUE, Czech Republic, May 23 (UPI) --
Six crew members were injured Wednesday when a Russian military aircraft caught fire after crash-landing in the Czech Republic, the Czech government said.
A Russian military source told RIA Novosti the Antonov An-30 aircraft had been conducting an Open Skies surveillance flight with 23 people on board when its nose wheel collapsed while landing.
One Czech and two Russians were among the injured, a Czech government spokesman said.
The incident occurred at the Chaslav military aerodrome 46 miles from Prague.
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