Another catastrophic accident in the history of civil aviation. A Boeing plane carrying 133 people has crashed into the mountains in southwest China. Full details are ..
A Boeing plane carrying 133 people has crashed into the mountains in southwest China.
Another catastrophic accident in the history of civil aviation. A Boeing plane carrying 133 people has crashed into the mountains in southwest China. Suddenly the plane crashed to the ground and a huge fire broke out. Avikastha spread throughout the forest and became wild words. This made rescue of the victims difficult. China’s official media reported that the incident took place just after 1pm on Monday.
A fatal plane crash has occurred this afternoon in southwest China’s Guangxi Province. A Boeing 737 belonging to China Eastern Airlines crashed in the hills near the village of Wuja. There were 133 people on board at the time of the accident. 129 passengers and 9 crew. Huge fires broke out in the area where the plane crashed. They slowly spread and spread throughout the forest. It was a challenge for the rescue crew to wind down the victims of the flight amidst high hills and raging fires.
China Eastern Airlines (Flight Number MU5735) departed from Kunming to Guangzhou at 1:00 pm (0500 GMT) on Monday. The plane crashed before reaching the specified destination. Depending on the scenery on the field, it is unlikely that the passengers will survive, and there is a risk of burns due to the blaze. But paramedics are trying to reach the scene, fighting to the death. While,
This is the fourth time that a huge plane made by the famous American company Boeing has crashed. The death toll from previous Boeing plane crashes has also been huge. A few years ago, the Boeing aircraft were completely grounded for a few days after it was revealed that past accidents had occurred due to technical faults in the aircraft. After training for technology and pilots, Boeing’s heavy planes flew into the galley again. Comments are coming in that the latest incident has once again highlighted the failure of Boeing services.