Chinese Passenger Plane crashes in the Guangxi Mountains

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Chinese Eastern Airlines Boeing 737, a Chinese passenger plane with 132 people on board has crashed in the Guangxi Mountains of southern China. The plane was flying from Kunming to Guangzhou when it crashed and caught fire.

The number of casualties and the reason for the crash is unknown but it is feared that there will be no survivors of the crash. The rescue crews have been sent to the site and the fire caused in the mountains due to the crash has been put out.

According to the FlightRadar24 data, the plane has been flying at 29,100 feet and had descended to 9,075 feet in the next data. The last tracked altitude of the plane was 3,225 feet. The China Eastern Airlines’ website was later presented in black and white symbolizing a crash and as a sign of respect to the victims.

Several videos and pictures shared on social media taken by the locals show the scatters of the plane and, fire and smokes from the crash site.

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