Just wondering if Nick Hague got his gold astronaut wings.
From Ars Technica, the failure came around the T+2:00 mark, which would have been close to when staging happens
What we know is that at about two minutes, there was some sort of failure with the first stage of the rocket and/or its strap-on boosters. (Rumors are circulating that perhaps one or two of the boosters didn't properly separate from the first stage).
The ESA has a video about the Soyuz, which notes that it would be about 40km up at that time
That is consistent with, say, a Falcon 9 Block V
It's also consistent with this tweet mentioned in the comments
Correction to my earlier tweet: the failure happened at 50 km altitude, not 82 km. Apogee would have been close to 80 km, so possibly space by my definition but not by the 100 km definition
So he got out of the atmosphere, but didn't cross the Karman line, sadly.
Later edit: So close! russianspaceweb.com reports apogee of 93 km.