A military transport plane crashed and burst into flames near a highway in northeastern Ukraine on Friday evening (September 25), killing at least 26 people.
The aircraft, carrying air force cadets, crashed while trying to land during a training exercise.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine said 27 people had been on board the plane - seven crew members and 20 students.
Only one cadet managed to survive.
Rescue workers were seen inspecting the smoking wreckage near the town of Chuhuiv.
An investigation has started on what caused the crash.
Regional governor Oleksiy Kucher told local media that a pilot reported failure in the left engine of the plane.
An eyewitness who was driving along the road said he saw a man in flames running from the plane after the crash.
The crash happenedaround a mile from a military airport
The cadets were from the Kharkiv University of Air Force, which is run by the defence ministry.