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MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian military plane carrying 92 people, including dozens of Red Army Choir singers, dancers and orchestra members, crashed into the Black Sea on its way to Syria on Sunday, killing everyone on board, Russian authorities said.
The Russian Defence Ministry said one of its TU-154 Tupolev planes had disappeared from radar screens at 0525 MSK (9.25 p.m.
Additional details of the crash are currently unknown.
The concert had been canceled even before Gentry was revealed to have been a victim in the accident.
“Four ships, four helicopters, and a plane and a drone are working in the area,” he said, saying a military commission had flown to Sochi to look into what happened.
Six ships from Russia’s Black Sea fleet were on their way to the crash site, and more than 100 divers were being drafted in to search the area along with a mini-submarine.
“See, we were friends before we were ever a duo — and so that’s different, I reckon — lifetime friends, man, hanging out together.” “What Eddie and I have always done, or tried to do, going into the studio, is find those great American songs that everyday people out there can identify with,” Gentry said in a 2011 interview.
The themes of pride in the country lifestyle, small towns, and the military were recurring themes in the duo’s music.
A woman lays flowers in memory of passengers and crew members of Russian military Tu-154 plane, which crashed into the Black Sea, at the Russian embassy in Minsk, Belarus December 25, 2016.
REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko Konashenkov said four bodies had been recovered from the sea. Russia’s RIA news agency, citing an unidentified security source, said preliminary information indicated that the plane had crashed because of a technical malfunction or a pilot error.
Konashenkov said fragments of the plane had been found at a depth of about 70 meters (yards) in the Black Sea about 1.5 km (1 mile) off the coast near the city of Sochi.