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Boeing 737 Airline Crashes In China, Casualties Unknown

China aircraft Boeing 737 owned by the Yunnan subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines and has been in operation for just over six and a half years has been on the wrong side of various news report today once again.

According to various CCTV camera footage surfacing the internet this afternoon, A China Eastern Boeing 737 with 132 onboard was hit by an accident and caused a mountain fire in South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, with a number of casualties recorded already with no specific figure attached as of the time of filing this report.

The plane, MU 5735 according to various reports from news agency took off from Kunming Changshui airport in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province at 13:15 and was scheduled to arrive at Guangzhou, South China’s Guangdong  province at 15:07.

Unfortunately, things didn’t went according to plan and as it stands now rescue teams have been deployed and are approaching the crash site to see if the situation can be remedied.

China who’s been enjoying a continuous safe flight that has entered over 100 million hours placing it as one of the safest holding Shares of China Eastern Airlines plummeted more than 10 percent in US trading premarket.

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