All human remains have been recovered from the site of the Pakistan International Airlines plane crash in Karachi, confirm reports.
According to reports of Baaghi TV, all human remains have been removed from the site of the PIA plane crash. Reportedly, PIA Airbus 320 en-route Lahore to Karachi crashed in a residential area of the port city.
According to reports of Baaghi TV, the plane crashed at Jinnah Ground area near the airport. Black smoke could be seen from afar at the crash site. According to sources, the plane crashed due to some technical issues in the plane.
It is to be noted that PIA flight No. PK-8303 operating from Lahore to Karachi met with an unfortunate accident on May 22nd, carrying 99 passengers. Reportedly, eighty bodies have been recovered so far, while seventeen bodies have been identified.
According to reports of Baaghi TV, two passengers have survived the accident. Meanwhile, authorities are working to identify the remaining passengers.
PIA spokesman Abdullah Khan said some passengers were having difficulty in contacting their families due to lack of numbers. The families of the passengers are requested to contact the PIA Emergency Response Center for information.
There are call center numbers:
- 0092 21 99043833
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