Rescue teams were engaged in a search of the victims and data records of the “China Eastern” plane that crashed with 132 people on board the day before yesterday.
Parts of a Boeing 737-800 have been scattered among the burning trees since a Chinese commercial plane crashed in 2010. Burnt remains of identity cards and wallets were also found.
The plane was flying from Kunming, the capital of southwestern China’s Yunnan province, to Guangxi, the capital of Guangdong province, when it suddenly crashed into the Guangxi mountains from a height. State media did not say if anyone on board was killed.
He said the crash site was surrounded by mountains on all three sides and there was only a small path that provided access to it.
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