Angara Airlines Antonov AN-24, registration RA-47366 performing flight 2G-200 from Ulan-Ude to Nizhneangarsk (Russia) with 43 passengers and 4 crew on board, was on approach to Nizhneangarsk when the left hand engine failed. The aircraft landed on Nizhneangarsk's runway 22 in the touch down zone at 10:24L (02:24Z) following a stable approach, the plane rolled out on the centre line for some distance, then veered right off the runway, went over soft ground and impacted a building, a fire broke out.
The captain and flight engineer were killed in the accident, 44 people were able to evacuate or were rescued, 7 people were injured, 37 people remained uninjured including the first officer and a flight attendant. The aircraft was destroyed.
Russia's Emergency Ministry reported that emergency services received the emergency call at about 10:30L, after the aircraft broke through a fence, catching fire, and collided with a sewage treatment plant. A fire on board of the aircraft was quickly extinguished by emergency services.
The captain had 34 years of experience and 15,702 hours total, the first officer 20 years of experience and 6,315 hours total, the flight engineer 35 years of experience and 13,728 hours. The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC/MAK) have opened an investigation.