MOSCOW — The governor of a Russian region where a plane carrying Poland's president has crashed says there are no survivors.
Smolensk governor Sergei Anufriev made the statement to state news channel Rossiya-24 about an hour after the Saturday crash.
The Tu-154 plane crashed near the Smolensk airport, about 400 kilometers (275 miles) west of Moscow.
Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife were aboard the plane, according to the Polish foreign ministry.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Tragic Plane Crash Polish President and Wife Dead
From the AP Official: no survivors in Kaczynski plane crash