PIA's A-320 airplane crashes in Karachi, Pakistan
On a built-up area, approaching the airport, with over 100 people on board -VIDEO
An Airbus A-320 aircraft (registration AP-BLD), flight PK8303 of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), crashed on approach to Karachi-Jinnah International Airport (KHI), Pakistan. There were 99 passengers on board and 8 crewmembers, according to local media. The aircraft would have fallen on a residential area called Model Colony, it seems to damage several houses. It had taken off from the Lahore-Allama airport, and is irreparably damaged by the impact that occurred at 2:45pm today local time. To report the national authorities. The news was confirmed shortly after by the spokesperson for the same company, Sattar Khokhar. There is still no count of victims and injured both on board and on the ground.
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