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Boeing Cargo Plane Crashes In Iran, 15 Killed

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Boeing Cargo Plane Crashes In Iran, 15 Killed

Boeing Cargo Plane Crashes In Iran, 15 Killed

CNN reports A Boeing 707 cargo plane crashed in Iran Monday, killing at least 15 people on board.

The plane went down at about 8:30 a.m.

Local time in the capital Tehran.

The Farsi News Agency reported that a Boeing 707 cargo plane crashed when it ran out of runway while attempting to land at an airport in the city of Karaj, which is near Tehran.

He plane reportedly ran into residential buildings after the pilot lost control of the aircraft.

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