Kazakhstan plane crash: 14 killed, 60 injured in-flight crash from Almaty to Noor Sultan A passenger plane crashed in the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan Friday morning, 14 people have been killed so far.
According to airport officials, a passenger plane from Kazakhstan's Airbus Crashed shortly after flying from Almaty airport.
The plane had 93 passengers and five crew members on board, and its destination was Noor Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan.
At least 60 people, including eight children, were taken to local hospitals.
According to Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Interior, the dead included six children
Rescue crews have arrived on the spot and medical help is being provided to the survivors.
According to local time, the ship's altitude decreased sharply at 7: 22 am. The ship first hit a stone barrier and then entered a two-story building, but did not fire.
In the footage of the accident, a woman can be seen calling for an ambulance. Rescue personnel also appear in the video.
Flight Radar24, a website that monitors the movement of the ships, said the plane flew at 21:00 local time and received the last signal from the ship in the same minute.
According to Flight Radar 24, the back-air flight was a Fokker 100 aircraft.
Kazakh President Qasim Jumart Tokaio expressed deep regret with the families of the victims.
A special committee will be formed to investigate the accident.