A Russian military flight carrying 39 people crashed Monday on approach to landing at an Arctic airport facility.

Reports are that there were no deaths but all passengers aboard the aircraft suffered injury. The cause of the accident has not been officially determined but high winds could have been the culprit.

The Defense Ministry said the plane, an Il-18 turboprop, crash-landed near the town of Tiksi in the Sakha-Yakutia region on the Laptev Sea. The plane carrying 32 passengers and a seven-member crew was flying from Kansk in eastern Siberia, around 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) southwest of Tiksi.

The plane broke up when it landed in the tundra, but didn’t catch fire.