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Airplane crashes kills 45 in Pakistan, no survivor
Latest Updated by 2006-07-11 08:39:45
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A plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan. There is no survivor.
 
A plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan. There is no survivor. (Xinhua Photo)

There is no survivor among passengers of the Pakistan International Airline Fokker, which crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan, a senior official of the national airlines said.

The plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed soon after it took off from the airport of Multan.

"The information we have got suggest that there is no survivor," Acting Chairman of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Farooq Shah told the state-run Pakistan Television (PTV).

Local police also confirmed that all passengers on board were killed in the crash.

The aircraft caught fire as it crashed at 12:20 p.m. (0720 GMT),some 10 minutes after it took off from the airport, according to PTV.

Farooq Shah did not offer any comments as to what caused the crash but said that no technical fault was reported before the flight.

But TV channels reported that the plane crashed after it hit electricity wire.

The plane was heading from Multan to Lahore, the capital of the eastern state of Punjab. 

A plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan. There is no survivor.

A plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan. There is no survivor.

A plane with about 41 passenger and four crew members on board crashed on Monday in the eastern Pakistani city of Multan. (Xinhua Photo)

Editor: Yan

By: Source: China View website
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