More than 30 are feared dead in a tragic plane crash Monday morning in the Tyumen region of Siberia, Russia. Sixteen bodies have been recovered from the wreckage so far; children are said to be among the dead. Conflicting reports have said that there may be a few survivors, though they are believed to have severe injuries and burns. The Utair company twin-engine turboprop plane crashed shortly after takeoff. Radio control said it lost contact with the plane after it left the ground.