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UPDATE ON THE JETLINER CRASH IN SOUTH CHINA

– A passenger plane crashed in south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Monday afternoon with 132 aboard.

– There were 123 passengers and nine crew members.

– The China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737 crashed in Tengxian County in the city of Wuzhou, causing a mountain wildfire.


DCO Global News
Published on March 22, 2022
By Odoh Dominic Chukwuemeka


– The plane was flying from Kunming to Guangzhou when the incident occurred.

– Rescuers have assembled but total casualties were not immediately known.


Aircraft debris and some personal belongings have been found at the air crash site in Tengxian County of Wuzhou City, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region following an jetliner accident on Monday.

Flight MU5735, a China Eastern Airline Boeing 737 jetliner carrying 132 people, crashed at about 14:38 BJT on Monday. People onboard the aircraft are still unaccounted for as the rescue work is underway at the mountainous site.

Check out the latest video taken by a CMG reporter from the scene.

Weiwei visited the site in Tengxian County, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, where a Boeing 737 plane with 132 people on board crashed. A rescue command center has been established and firefighters were headed to the crash site.

09:14, 22-Mar-2022

Boeing offers ‘full support’ for China aviation crash probe

Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun said in a letter on Monday that the planemaker has offered the full support of its technical experts to the investigation led by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

“We are deeply saddened by the news of the accident involving a China Eastern Airlines 737-800 airplane. The thoughts of all of us at Boeing are with the passengers and crew members on Flight MU 5735, as well as their families and loved ones,” Calhoun added.

07:32, 22-Mar-2022

Chinese vice premier guides rescue work at plane crash site in S China

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and State Councilor Wang Yong on Monday led officials to guide rescue work at the site of the passenger plane crash in Wuzhou, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

07:09, 22-Mar-2022

U.S. names investigator as representative to China Boeing 737-800 crash probe
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said on Monday it has appointed a senior air safety investigator as a U.S. accredited representative to the investigation of the crash of a China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 in Tengxian County in the city of Wuzhou, south China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

23:50, 21-Mar-2022

Before Guangxi crash, 22 accidents involved Boeing 737-800 in history, 10 fatal

Before the plane crash in China’s Guangxi on Monday, the Boeing 737-800 model was involved in 22 accidents, according to Aviation Safety Network (ASN).

Ten among those incidents were fatal, per the ASN database, with the first fatal crash on the record happening in September 2006 when an 18-day-old 737-800 collided mid-air in Brazil, killing 154 people.

The most recent case happened in August 2020 when an Air India Express flight slid off the runway in Kozhikode-Calicut Airport in India, killing 21 people.

At about 2:38 p.m. on Monday, a China Eastern Airlines passenger jetliner with 132 people on board crashed into a mountainous area in southern China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.


The plane was flying from the southwestern city of Kunming to south China’s Guangzhou when it lost contact over the city of Wuzhou, the Civil Aviation Administration of China confirmed.

The number of casualties remains unknown as of 11:30 p.m. Beijing time. Company officials said the carrier has grounded all Boeing 737-800 aircraft after the crash.


By Odoh Dominic Chukwuemeka

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