Pakistan: Airbus A320 crashes in residential area - 99 passengers on Board | world

Terrible plane crash in Pakistan: A passenger plane has crashed in a residential area. A passenger plane crashed in Pakistan . The plane crash occurred on Fri

Pakistan: Airbus A320 crashes in residential area - 99 passengers on Board | world

Terrible plane crash in Pakistan: A passenger plane has crashed in a residential area.

A passenger plane crashed in Pakistan . The plane crash occurred on Friday (22. May) in the vicinity of the city of Karachi. 99 passengers and eight Crew members were on Board the flight.

Islamabad - A passenger plane has crashed in South of Pakistan. The Airbus A320 said with some 107 people on Board near the city of Karachi crashed in a residential area, the aviation authority of the country on Friday.

Pakistan: Airbus A320 crashes in residential area - 99 passengers on Board

The machine of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) was in Lahore launched and should land on the airport in Karachi. The Airbus crashed into residential buildings in the vicinity of the airport. The Airbus A320 has been, especially in the approach to land at the airport. In the social networks Videos spread from the crash. Clouds of smoke are seen.

On the number of victims to begin with, there is no official information. The police and military cordon off the area around the crash site. Clouds of smoke and debris of destroyed houses are seen on other Videos. Emergency workers try to clear the burning houses. Rescuers are mountains in the use of the injured from the wreckage.

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+ passenger plane crashes in southern Pakistan, in the vicinity of the airport in Karachi. ©Google Maps

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Updated Date: 22 May 2020, 07:33

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