Kazakhstan: Plane crashes with almost 100 people on board (ASL – 12.27.19)
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On Friday morning (Today) a plane carrying 98 people, 93 passengers and five crew members, crashed shortly after takeoff the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan.
His accent is a central Asian country.
At least 12 people have died.
Dozen of survivors have been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
The plane is a Fokker 100 aircraft operated by Kazakhstan-based carrier Bek Air.
The plane lost altitude after takeoff and broke through a concrete fence before colliding with the two-story building at approximately 7:22 a.m., local time, according to authorities.
The plane was headed to the capital of Nur-Sultan, the country’s largest city.
Images of the crash site show the damaged plane broken into several parts, with the nose embedded in a small partially-collapsed house.
Rescue operation began immediately, and all Fokker 100 flights are temporarily suspend as authorities investigate.
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