A Boeing 737 that plummeted 30,000ft to the ground and burst into flames in China killing all 132 on board suffered a catastrophic ‘loss of control event’ and plunged to the ground at 350mph in a two-minute death spiral, experts have warned, Your Content has learned.
China Eastern plane smashed into countryside near Wuzhou city, Guangxi region, and ’caused a mountain fire’
It was confirmed late Monday all 132 people on board, among them 123 passengers and nine crew, have died.
Shocking CCTV footage emerged on social media showing the jet racing vertically towards the ground today.
Data indicates a vertical descent of 31,000ft per minute or around 350 mph before it crashing into mountains.
President Xi Jinping said he was ‘shocked’ over the incident and immediately ordered a probe into the cause.
The plane, flight number MU5735 from Kunming to Guangzhou, is believed to be a Boeing 737-89P, not a MAX,‘according to CNBC.