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Air crash investigators are combing the wreckage of a passenger plane that crashed near the Pakistani capital Islamabad, killing all 127 on board.
Rescue teams working through the night identified 72 bodies and found the jet's flight recorder, officials said.
The Bhoja Air Boeing 737, which had flown from Karachi, crashed on its approach to the airport during a storm.
Grieving relatives have gathered at a hospital in Islamabad to claim the bodies of their loved ones.
Originally posted by chemistry
reply to post by My.mind.is.mine
Is that true? I've been trying to find out who was on this plane.
Does any of this remind you of the Polish plane crash a little while back, near Smolensk Airport?
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the cause of the Bhoja Air Boeing 737 crash in Pakistan last Friday may have been a UFO sighting by the pilot.
A Russian news report on the crash posted on YouTube incorporates footage of three mysterious lights moving in formation, which has led to speculation in the UFO community that blame for the tragic accident may lie with an extra-terrestrial craft.
There are rumours that the pilot may have been buzzed by the object and complained to the control tower at Islamabd airport as he made his approach...
Source: (Daily) Mail Online (UK)
URL: www.dailymail.co.uk... dent.html