A plane carrying nearly 100 people crashed into homes in Karachi, Pakistan (video)

ISLAMABAD, (BM) – A Pakistani International Airlines plane crashed in Karachi, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing several sources.

With 99 passengers and 8 crew, according to Reuters (or a total of 99 on board, according to Pakistani authorities), he flew from Lahore to Karachi airport, one of the busiest in the country.

This comes days after the country resumed flights interrupted by the coronavirus.

Sources of the local TV station GEO TV, quoted by RBC, claim that the car crashed just before landing – about 4 km from the airport. Earlier, the pilot reported a problem with the landing gear.

Another Pakistani television station, Dunya News, reported that police and military arrived on the scene. Four residential buildings were damaged, and some people were injured in the residential area. According to initial information, the aircraft flying PK 803 is an Airbus 320.

The initial version is for a technical malfunction of the aircraft.


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