Video has started to emerge from the crash site of a Malaysian passenger jet shot down in the skies over a conflict zone in eastern Ukraine.
A majority of the videos show a plume of smoke floating over greenery.
One person, who purportedly filmed the crash at some sort of work site, caught the fireball of the plane hitting the ground on film.
Cameras were later allowed to get closer to the site where this footage was captured.
RT, a Russian state news service that broadcasts in English, recapped the story a couple hours after the plane was shot down.
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