Chartered Plane crashes in Ghatkopar Mumbai Five People dead Five People were killed as Chartered Plane crashed in an open area at Ghatkopar Mumbai area on Thursday. According to Mumbai Police , at least five people are dead in the chartered plane crash. At least two pilot wee on the Board too. Fire bridge teams and ambulance are at the spot and rescue operations on.
As reported said five people were dead in the incident, Plane crashed in open area thickly populated suburb of Ghatkopar in the North-East Mumbai.
News Agency AN said that Chartered Plane crashed near Jagruti building , near at the MTNL building at Sarvodaya Enclave in Ghatkopar where construcation work was underway. Mumabi Police said further details are awaited.
A 12 seater chartered aircrafrt has crashed in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar area , five people were killed in that incident, including the pilot, three passengers and pedestrian. Plane was crashed into a construction site the Plane –KING AIR C90 bearing call sign- VT-UPZ.
Two charred body found near incident area, flight crew member , said Lakshmi Gautam , Additional commissioner of Police, East region Mumbai. latest information plane has crashed at 2:35PM on Thursday at old Malik Estate , near telephone exchange , Prithvi building at Ghatkpar Mumai.
As per the eyewitness , the plane was seen crashed down with deafening roar before bursting into flames. As sources sad the plane crashed while proceeding towards the Mumbai airport’s domestic terminal to land. News IANS reported that eyewitness as saying that plane hurtled down & crashed with deafening roar.
Mumbai’s Metropolitan Fire Brigade , 108 ambulance services have been reached. A team of National Disaster Relief Force has also been rushed to the spot
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