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Bek Air plane crashes close to Kazakhstan's Almaty air terminal




14 individuals have kicked the bucket after a Bek Air plane with just about 100 individuals on board smashed close to the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan on Friday not long after taking off. 

The Fokker 100 air ship, heading for the capital, Nur-Sultan, on a pre-sunrise flight, "lost height during departure and got through a solid fence" before hitting a two-story assembling, Kazakhstan's Civil Aviation Committee said in an announcement. 

In an announcement posted via web-based networking media, Almaty International Airport likewise said 22 individuals endured extreme wounds and were taken to two medical clinics. 

A survivor revealed to News site Tengrinews she heard an "unnerving sound" before the plane began losing height. 

"The plane was flying with a tilt. Everything resembled in a motion picture: shouting, yelling, individuals crying," she said. 

Pictures posted via web-based networking media demonstrated a few salvage work force burrowing through the destruction of the Bek air ship. 

A unique commission is exploring the conditions prompting the fatal episode, air terminal authorities said. 

The accident site in Almerek town - just past the finish of the runway - has been cordoned off. 

In an announcement distributed via web-based networking media, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev communicated his sympathies to the loved ones of those slaughtered in the accident. 

"Every one of those harmed will be rendered help. Every one of those capable will convey serious discipline as per the law," Kaz Inform news office cited the president as saying in the Kazakh language. 

The organization fabricating the airplane failed in 1996 and the generation of the Fokker-100 halted the next year. 

All Bek Air and Fokker 100 flights in Kazakhstan have been suspended pending the examination of the accident, the nation's specialists said.

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