Islamabad/Karachi, (ANI): Nearly 127 people were killed on
Friday evening when a Boeing 737-200 of Bhoja Air crashed while
trying to land in bad weather, a short distance from the
international airport in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Pakistan's Home
Minister Rehman Malik has said the remains of at least 120 people
had been brought to PIMS early this morning.
He also said that an FIR had been registered and the ongoing investigation would determine whether aircraft was "technically capable".Local residents said they had seen a ball of fire in the sky when the plane crashed.
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