China Plane Crash

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Plane Crash In South China's Chongqing Injures 25 People

Passenger train crashed at runway in China, injuring 25 people after it caught fire while taking off. Happened on May 11, the flight was taking off from Chongqing Airport. The Tibet Airlines carrying 113 passengers and nine crew members. Furthermore, all the people on board were evacuated and injured were rushed to a hospital for treatment. As per sources, the cause of fire is yet to be known. 

Thu, 12 May 2022 - 09:30 AM / by Varsha Joshi

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