Global  

Pakistan International Airlines plane crashes into residential neighborhood

USATODAY.com Friday, 22 May 2020 ()
A Pakistan passenger plane with more than 100 people believed to be on board crashed in the southern city of Karachi on May 22, 2020.
 
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video credit: Newsflare - Published
News video: Rescue operations begin after passenger plane crashes into Karachi neighbourhood

Rescue operations begin after passenger plane crashes into Karachi neighbourhood 01:17

Rescue operations are underway after a passenger jet carrying at least 100 people crashed into a neighbourhood in Karachi on May 22. Footage shows firefighters attempt to extinguish the blaze nearby the crash site in Kazimabad, which is near the Karachi airport's runway. The mayor of Karachi,...

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

CCTV captures moment of deadly Pakistan plane crash [Video]

CCTV captures moment of deadly Pakistan plane crash

Dramatic security camera footage captures the moment the Pakistan International Airlines aircraft crashes in Karachi on Friday (May 22nd) with 99 people aboard. The footage was taken by a camera on..

Credit: Newsflare     Duration: 00:58Published
Dozens killed in Pakistan passenger plane crash [Video]

Dozens killed in Pakistan passenger plane crash

Airbus A320 carrying nearly 100 people from Lahore crashes in Karachi's residential area, killing at least 30 people.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO     Duration: 03:33Published

Related news from verified sources

Pakistani airliner crashes near Karachi airport with 99 aboard; at least 2 survive

ISLAMABAD — At least two people survived the crash of a Pakistan International Airlines plane near the Karachi airport Friday, according to Pakistani...
Seattle Times

Pakistan International Airlines plane carrying 107 passengers and crew crashes in Karachi: officials

A Pakistan International Airlines plane, believed to be carrying more than 100 people, has crashed into a residential area of Karachi on a flight from Lahore,...
Brisbane Times


Tweets about this