Pakistani civilian aircraft loaded with passengers crashes

On Friday, the Pakistani authorities announced that a passenger plane crashed in Karachi in the south of the country with 107 passengers on board.

An official in the Pakistani Civil Aviation said a passenger plane of a state-run airline crashed near Karachi in the south according to the Associated Press.

The plane crashed over a residential area near Karachi Airport, which is likely to increase the number of victims, as the plane was trying to land at the airport, and after the accident, black smoke rising from the site was seen.

This plane was on a local flight from Lahore to Karachi, and a minute before landing, a defect occurred that led to the crash, and the Pakistani Civil Aviation Authority stated that the technical problem appeared in the plane's ballasts when landing.


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