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It is shown that the classical description of pair production effect is possible, i.e. one can describe pair production without a reference to quantum principles. Pair production appears at statistical description of stochastic relativistic particles. There is a special force field which is responsible for pair production. This field is a reasonable consequence of quantum stochasticity. Consideration of quantum systems as stochastic systems and statistical description of them generates hydrodynamic interpretation of quantum phenomena. In the collision problem the hydrodynamic interpretation appears to be alternative to the conventional interpretation, based on quantum principles and on consideration of the wave function as a principal object of dynamics. Hydrodynamic interpretation leads to such a statement of the collision problem, which is alternative to the conventional S-matrix theory.