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FURIOUS FIRE WORKS- DEVASTATING LIVES – ENDING HOPES OF SURVIVAL


AT THIS MOMENT MOTHER NATURE IS PLAYING PERHAPS A FURIOUS FIRE CRACKER – PLANE CRASH GAME OF HIGHER ORDER — AS IF IT WERE A VEDIO GAME – MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES & SYMPATHIES WITH ALL THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVE AND ASLSO WITH THOSE WHO LOST LIFE OF THEIR KITHS KINS & RELATIVES– MAY GOD LET THEM REST IN PEACE AT HEAVEN

PAKISTAN KARANCHI

The Crashed Plane
The Crashed Plane

At least 21 people, including some foreign nationals, were feared killed when a small aircraft belonging to a private charter service crashed soon after take-off from the airport in the southern Pakistani port city of Karachi. The Beechcraft 1900C aircraft of JS Air, which had been chartered to ferry employees of a US oil company, had 19 passengers and two crew members on board, Civil Aviation Authority officials were quoted as saying by TV news channels. The officials said some foreigners were on the aircraft.

An AirBlue Plane on Pakistan Airport Runway
An AirBlue Plane on Pakistan Airport Runway

Immediately after the twin-engine turboprop aircraft took off from Karachi aircraft at 7.15 am, the pilot informed the control tower that one of the engines had failed. The pilot was advised to turn back and land. However, the aircraft crashed into a plot of land near the airport that is controlled by the Pakistan Army’s aviation wing and burst into flames. TV news channels reported the aircraft did not hit any structures on the ground. Army personnel cordoned off the area and launched a rescue operation after dousing the flames. Witnesses told the media that it appeared no one had survived the crash. Ambulances of the private Chippa rescue service took at least 10 bodies to the Jinnah Hospital. The aircraft was taking a group of workers to the Bhitshah oilfield. JS Air had been chartered by the US oil company to ferry its workers as part of a weekly change of shift at the oilfield. Due to security concerns, the workers are flown directly to the oilfield.

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CARACAS VENEZUELA

At least 14 people were killed and four others remained missing after an aircraft carrying 47 passengers and four crashed Monday in southern Venezuela, authorities said. Thirty-three people were rescued from the wreckage alive.

Venezuella Plane Crash Photo

Bolivar Governor Francisco Rangel said emergency teams acted quickly to rescue the injured, who were taken to two hospitals. All had been travelling in the plane and no one was injured on the ground as a result of the accident, he said. Some of the dead were yet to be identified, while four people were believed to be caught in the wreckage, amid “smoking debris”. Rangel said one eyewitness who tried to access the aircraft needed treatment for smoke inhalation.


The aircraft, operated by the state airline Conviasa, had taken off from tourist favorite Margarita Island and was headed to the city of Puerto Ordaz, in the state of Bolivar. Earlier, Venezuelan Infrastructure Minister Francisco Garces had mistakenly said the aircraft had been travelling from Puerto Ordaz to Margarita.

“If you see the state the plane ended up in, it is surprising that 33 compatriots survived,” Garces said later. Rangel said the pilot reported trouble minutes before the crash, and noted that his skill saved lives by taking the plane to a deserted area. The pilot is among the dead, according to media reports which were not immediately confirmed by the authorities. The ATR-42 model aircraft crashed shortly before landing into the scrap yard of a nearby plant operated by the steel company Sidor.

“It helped that it crashed in the Sidor plant, because there are several ambulances there,” Rangel said. Civil defence, police and fire department personnel were working at the site of the accident, around 10 kilometers away from Puerto Ordaz airport.

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HAVANA  CUBA

HAVANA: A Cuban airliner flying from the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba to the capital has crashed with 68 people aboard, including 28 foreigners, state media reported.

There was no immediate word on whether any survived. The AeroCaribbean plane went down near the village of Guasimal in Santi Spiritus province, carrying 61 passengers and a crew of seven, state television said. It said 28 passengers were foreigners, but did not give a breakdown of nationalities.


At Havana’s national terminal, relatives of those on board the plane were kept sequestered away from other passengers and journalists.

The newscast gave no details on what happened, saying only that the cause of the crash was being investigated.

The flight would have been one of the last leaving Santiago de Cuba for Havana ahead of Tropical Storm Tomas, which was on a track to pass between Cuba’s eastern end and the western coast of Haiti.

Cuban media said earlier that flights and train service to Santiago were being suspended until the storm passed. AeroCaribbean is owned by Cuban state airline Cubana de Aviacion.

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Always Yours—-  As Usual————– Saurabh Singh

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2 responses to “FURIOUS FIRE WORKS- DEVASTATING LIVES – ENDING HOPES OF SURVIVAL

  1. บริการ seo November 21, 2010 at 6:19 AM

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  2. seo thai November 5, 2010 at 10:49 PM

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