In a devastating incident, a China Eastern passenger jet plunged inexplicably into a mountainside near Wuzhou city, Guangxi region, Your Content has learned.
The crash resulted in a mountain fire that consumed the wreckage, leaving rescuers to face the grim reality that the passengers were “totally incinerated” on impact.
Tragically, all 132 individuals onboard, comprising 123 passengers and nine crew members, lost their lives.
As recovery teams painstakingly sift through the debris today, new images have surfaced, capturing the efforts of rescue workers and officials at the crash site.
Initial analysis suggests that the pilot may have made a desperate attempt to regain control before the ill-fated descent, potentially regaining consciousness at the last moment.
President Xi Jinping has responded swiftly to the tragedy by ordering a comprehensive investigation into the incident.
This air crash marks the deadliest in China in nearly three decades, underscoring the urgency of understanding the circumstances surrounding this catastrophic event.
Shocking footage captured on CCTV, shared widely on social media, shows the Boeing 737-800 hurtling vertically towards the ground, leaving a nation in mourning for the lives lost, according to France24.