Chinese Airliner Crashes in Southern China With 132 on Board

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A China Eastern Airlines jet carrying 132 people crashed in southeast China on March 21, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) confirmed.

Debris of the plane was found, but the number of casualties is not yet known, Chinese state media People’s Daily reported.

There were 123 passengers and nine crew members on board, CAAC said. People’s Daily initially said 133 passengers, including an infant, were on board.

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