Almaty air terminal says 15 Killed, 66 hurt in Kazakhstan plane accident

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A Bek Air plane collided with a two-story working in Kazakhstan not long after departure Friday, killing at any rate 15 and harming in any event 66.

There were 98 travelers and group on board.

The air terminal said the plane lost elevation at 7:22 a.m. A Reuters correspondent close to the air terminal detailed that there was thick mist in the territory.

In an announcement on its Facebook page, Almaty International Airport said there was no fire and a salvage activity got in progress quickly following the accident.

The plane was traveling to Nur-Sultan, the nation’s capital some time ago known as Astana.

The airplane was recognized as a Fokker-100, a medium-sized, twin-turbofan fly aircraft.

The organization fabricating the flying machine failed in 1996 and the creation of the Fokker-100 halted the next year.

Storify News ‘ Mike Brown and the Associated Press added to this report

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