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Plane Crashes In Karachi City, Pakistan

This is the worst plane crash in Pakistan. The Pakistan plane crash happened just one minute before the plane landed on Friday afternoon at Karachi Airport. Pakistani International Airlines flight from Lahore to Karachi. According to CAA sources, there were 107 people, including 99 passengers, at the time of the accident. The accident occurred at the Jinnah Airport in Lahore. Also, the plane crashed about four kilometers from the airport.

The flames spread after the plane crashed, and a video of dense fumes spreading across the area went viral on social media. A spokesman for Pakistan International Airlines confirmed that there were 107 people aboard. The casualties are expected to be huge as plane crashes in the center of the city. Passengers on the plane seem to have little chance of surviving. However, more information about the accident needed.

Auxiliary personnel who received information about the accident reached the scene. Pakistani police and army reached there and took steps to help. An emergency declared at Karachi airport after the accident. Officials said there were 99 passengers and 8 crew members onboard the plane that crashed.

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