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Boeing 737 Plane Crashes In China With More Than 100 Passengers On Board

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Boeing 737 Plane Crashes In China With More Than 100 Passengers On Board A Boeing 737 passenger airliner operated by China Eastern Airlines

Boeing 737 Plane Crashes In China With More Than 100 Passengers On Board

A Boeing 737 passenger airliner operated by China Eastern Airlines crashed in South China on Monday.

According to Chinese official media, 133 people were on board the jet that crashed into a mountain and caught fire.

According to a second source, the jet was involved in an unidentified accident before crashing into the earth in a remote area of China’s southern Guangxi province.

The number of victims is unclear at the time of submitting this report, however there are efforts on in the Mountainous area to save any survivors.

“A Boeing 737 passenger jet carrying 133 passengers from China Eastern Airlines crashed in Teng County, Wuzhou, Guangxi, and triggered a mountain fire,” the Guangxi Emergency Management Department stated in a statement.

“At present, rescue teams have assembled and approached, and the casualties are unknown.”