Boeing 737 passenger jet crashes in China with 132 people on board

Monday, March 21, 2022
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A crash in the Chinese province of Guangdong on Monday morning killed all 132 people on board a Boeing 737 passenger jet. The plane was en route from Beijing to Guangzhou when it suddenly lost height and crashed to the ground. More than 600 emergency workers are working on the scene to search for survivors. Firefighters are extinguishing a blaze in the surrounding hills. Hundreds of people from the area gathered to witness the accident. State broadcasters and local villagers were able to broadcast the crash and the rescue efforts. The plane crashed into a mountain and crashed in a forest. The Chinese Civil Aviation Administration activated an emergency mechanism and a working group was sent to the crash site. The aircraft was traveling at a speed of 376 knots and at 3225 feet. The flight was scheduled to land in Guangzhou at 3:05 p.m. (0705 GMT). Despite the tragedy‚ the airline has offered condolences to the families of those on board. The crash happened in the southern province of Guangxi. The plane's last position was recorded at 3225ft‚ when the flight's altitude was about 5‚000ft. The aircraft was due to land in Guangzhou at 3:05 p.m. (7:05 GMT) on Thursday. It was a tragic accident that has left the lives of 132 passengers and the country's aviation industry at a standstill. The crash has shocked the world and caused a worldwide flight ban. The company has agreed to pay a fine of $2.5 billion to the Justice Department to investigate the two crashes. The criminal charge relates to two Boeing employees who failed to communicate information to the Federal Aviation Administration about updates to its 737-Max software. It is unclear whether the 132 people on board survived. The government is looking for ways to make a decision about the planes in its fleet. Rescuers are looking for survivors. Heavy winds and rain may hinder the search effort. The fire department's official said the debris was spread over an area of about 150 miles. As of the time of the crash‚ no further information was immediately available. Several local officials reported the crash. The government of China is conducting an investigation into the crash. The plane's cause was not determined. The crash occurred in a heavily wooded area near Wuzhou and Guangdong‚ where rescue teams are attempting to save the victims. The plane was carrying 132 people on board. The plane was reportedly missing from its location for more than six hours. The crash was caused by mechanical problems and caused the loss of communication between the pilot and the airplane. Fortunately‚ dozens of survivors were rescued. The crash in southern China occurred near the city of Wuzhou.

boeing 737 passenger jet crashes in china with 132 people on board
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Authorities have dispatched hundreds of rescue workers to the area‚ which is heavily wooded and steep. Initial reports indicated that the plane was carrying only smoke and debris and had no people on board. However‚ images and videos from the area show that flames have been spotted‚ and there is a large number of injured. According to state broadcaster CCTV‚ a Boeing 737 passenger jet crashed in southern China with 132 people on board. The accident was caused by a mountain fire‚ and the Civil Aviation Administration of China said the cause of the crash was unknown at this time. Meanwhile‚ rescue efforts are underway. If you are in the vicinity of the incident‚ you can follow live updates and see pictures on social media. In southern China‚ a Boeing 737 passenger jet has crashed and killed 132 people on board‚ setting off a forest fire and causing the plane to crash. The Chinese government is now working to rescue survivors. The Civil Aviation Administration of the country says the plane was a Boeing 73-800 NG and had 132 people on board. It crashed into a hillside while traveling from Kunming to Guangzhou. The numbers of victims are unclear‚ but the number of dead and injured is growing.