В Пакистане упал пассажирский самолет

28 Июля 2010, 16:13

Fire and smoke rises from the wreckage of a passenger plane which has crashed in The Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani passenger plane with 150 people on board crashed in a ball of flames in densely wooded hills while trying to land in Islamabad during bad weather, aviation officials said. AFP PHOTO/AAMIR QURESHI
Pakistani rescuers carry the body of a victim of a passenger plane crash into a hospital in Islamabad on July 28, 2010. Everyone on board a Pakistani passenger jet died on July 28 when the Airbus 321, with 152 passengers on board, crashed in the hills of Islamabad while trying to land from Karachi, a cabinet minister said. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI
Pakistani rescuers carry a dead body into a hospital in Islamabad on July 28, 2010, after a plane crash. Everyone on board a Pakistani passenger jet died when the Airbus 321, with 152 passengers on board, crashed in the hills of Islamabad while trying to land from Karachi, a cabinet minister said. AFP PHOTO/AAMIR QURESHI
Pakistani rescue workers search for survivors in wreckage of a crashed passenger plane at The Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/ADIL KHAN
Pakistani rescue workers search for survivors in wreckage of a crashed passenger plane at The Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/ADIL KHAN
Pakistani rescue workers search for survivors in the wreckage of a crashed passenger plane at The Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/ADIL KHAN
Pakistani aid workers carry the remains of victims of a passenger plane crash in the Margala Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI
Pakistani rescue workers search for survivors in the wreckage of a crashed passenger plane in the Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/ADIL KHAN
Pakistani rescue workers search for survivors in the wreckage of a crashed passenger plane at The Margalla Hills on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. Rescue officials said pieces of charred flesh and body parts were littered around the smouldering wreckage, partially buried on a remote hillside, in the deadliest crash involving a Pakistani passenger jet in 18 years. AFP PHOTO/ADIL KHAN
Pakistani rescue workers put remains of victims of a crashed passenger plane in the Margalla Hills into an ambulance on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. Everyone on board a Pakistani passenger jet died on July 28 when the Airbus 321, with 150 passengers, crashed in the hills of Islamabad while trying to land from Karachi, a cabinet minister said. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI
A Pakistani military helicopter carrying remains of plane crash victims takes off from the wreckage-strewn accident site on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames Wednesday into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM
Pakistani rescue workers search for remains of plane crash victims at the wreckage-strewn accident site on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames Wednesday into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM
Pakistani rescue workers search for remains of plane crash victims at the wreckage-strewn accident site on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames Wednesday into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM
Pakistani rescue workers search for remains of plane crash victims at the wreckage-strewn accident site on the outskirts of Islamabad on July 28, 2010. A Pakistani airliner carrying 152 people crashed in a ball of flames Wednesday into densely wooded hills outside Islamabad amid heavy rain and poor visibility, killing everyone on board. AFP PHOTO/Farooq NAEEM

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