The Pakistan Aviation Authority on Wednesday said all the 48 people on board a commercial aircraft that crashed in northern part of the country were killed.
“It is sad and tragic, but we confirm that there are no survivors in PIA’s ATR crash,’’ the Civil Aviation Authority said.
The charred bodies of 42 passengers and six crew members were being shifted to a hospital for DNA test to help identify them, police official Tahir Iqbal said.
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