A Russian fighter jet crashed into a residential building in the Siberian city of Irkutsk. This is the second time this week that a fighter jet has crashed into an urban area.

The governor of Irkutsk, Igor Kobzev, said that none of the residents were injured, but both crew members were killed in the explosion on Sunday.

The Su-30 fighter jet crashed into a two-story wooden building during a training flight, causing a fire, the local department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia reported.

CCTV footage circulating on Russian social networks shows a supersonic fighter jet racing downwards in an almost vertical dive.

Other videos showed firefighters struggling to put out the blaze that engulfed the building.

The incident comes less than a week after another Russian warplane crashed near a residential building in the Azov Sea port of Yeisk and exploded in a giant fireball, killing 15 and injuring 19 others.

Military experts say the number of plane crashes has risen as the number of Russian military flights has increased sharply during the hostilities, and Sunday’s incident was the 11th reported non-combat plane crash since Moscow re-invaded Ukraine in February.

Irkutsk, a large industrial center in eastern Siberia with more than 600,000 people, is home to an aircraft factory that produces Su-30 fighter jets.

The Su-30 is a supersonic, twin-engine, two-seat fighter jet that has been a key component of the Russian Air Force and has also been used by India and other countries.