32 killed after Turkish cargo plane crashed in Kyrgyzstan

Turkish cargo plane Boeing 747 carrying unknown number of people crashed in a village near Kyrgyzstan killing at least 32 people.

At least 32 people were killed and several were reportedly injured after a Turkish cargo airplane Boeing 747  flying from Hong Kong crashed near Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on January 16.

According to reports, the plane crashed during landing because of bad weather conditions. Most of the people who were killed belonged to the village where the flight crashed. The area was reportedly covered in dense fog that made the made the plane crash.

However, it is not known that how many passengers and crew members were inside this plane tat was traveling from Hong Kong to Istanbul. The plane was scheduled to land at Manas airport for a refuel but crashed in the village that went on to destroy over 15-20 houses in the area.

The security officials and Kyrgyz First Deputy Prime Minister Mukhammetkaly Abulgaziev are currently at the accident site. Emergencies Minister Kubatbek Boronov is also reportedly present there to monitor the situation.

Further details awaited.