Pakistani army aircraft crashes in Rawalpindi, 15 killed, several injured

Rawalpindi: A Pakistani Air Force plane crashed in Rawalpindi city of Pakistan on Tuesday morning. The plane crashed into a populated area, killing 15 people and injuring more than 12. The dead included five crew members and 10 civilians. Some of the injured are in critical condition. Rescue and rescue team spokesman Farooq Butt confirmed the move.

A state of emergency has been declared in the hospitals in Rawalpindi in the wake of the incident. The accident also caused a fire at the site, which destroyed several houses. The Pakistani Army said the aircraft was on a training flight. The aircraft suddenly lost control, causing it to crash into Mora Kalu village on the outskirts of Rawalpindi. The rescue team said that the rescue and relief operations were hampered due to darkness.

In 2016, a Pakistani International Airlines plane caught fire, killing 40 people. The biggest plane crash in Pakistan took place in 2010. At that time, an Airbus-321 aircraft collided with a hill on the outskirts of Islamabad, killing all 152 people on board.

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