A passenger plane has made a crash landing in a field near Moscow after it struck a flock of birds.
The Ural Airlines Airbus A321 - which had 226 passengers and seven crew members on board - was travelling to Simferopol in Crimea when the incident happened.
Shortly after take-off from Moscow's Zhukovsky airport, a number of birds collided with both of the planes' engines.
After both engines failed, the pilots were forced to make an emergency landing in a cornfield.
They successfully landed the plane and all passengers were evacuated.
According to the TASS news agency, 55 people - including 17 children - sought medical treatment following the landing, with six people taken to hospital.
An investigation is now underway into the crash landing.
In a statement, the airline said: "Thanks to the professionalism of the crew and their actions, the landing took place without tragic consequences."
The Kremlin, meanwhile, praised the actions of the pilots.
Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said: "Today is a really good day.
"Let us offer our wishes for a speedy recovery to those, who were injured and congratulate the heroic pilots for saving people’s lives and landing the plane."