In Pakistan, a passenger plane crashed
Disappeared from radar aircraft Pakistan International Airlines, on Board of which there were 40 to 50 people, crashed in the country’s North, reports Reuters citing local police.
Earlier, Pakistani TV channel Samaa, citing the Department of civil aviation reported that the plane with 47 passengers on Board disappeared from radar.
Board room PK661 flew from the Pakistani city of Chitral in the capital, Islamabad. During the flight communication between aircraft and air traffic controllers ceased.
The rescue services alerted, said police sources.
PIA flight PK-661 crashes enroute to Islamabad pic.twitter.com/X8zSXuTj4Y
— M. Daud (@daud_khan) 7 Dec 2016
Dil Dil Pakistan Jan Jan Pakistan..#Rip #JunaidJamshed #PK116 ???
— K2Rana PTI Family (@k2rana) 7 Dec 2016
These are the first images of the plane that crashed in Pakistan.
21 bodies have been recovered from the wreckage so far. pic.twitter.com/kuHLbHHKaJ
— AJ+ (@ajplus) 7 Dec 2016