Plane crashes in Kazakhstan shortly after takeoff, at least 15 dead
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ALMATY (Reuters) – A Bek Air plane with 93 passengers and five crew members on board crashed near the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan on Friday shortly after taking off, killing at least 15 people, authorities in the Central Asian country said.

The Fokker 100 aircraft heading for the capital Nur-Sultan on a pre-dawn flight “lost altitude during takeoff and broke through a concrete fence”, before hitting a two-storey building, Kazakhstan’s Civil Aviation Committee said.

A survivor told news website Tengrinews she heard a “terrifying sound” before the plane started losing altitude.

Plane crashes in Kazakhstan shortly after takeoff, at least 15 dead

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