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(The Indian Express)   Officials now say there were survivors of the Karachi plane crash, ask public for suggestions on where to bury them   (indianexpress.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Karachi, Fire brigade staff, second attempt, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan International Airlines, further communication, news agency Reuters, Faisal Edhi of the Edhi welfare  
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2020-05-22 1:57:03 PM  
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From the looks of the wreckage I'm shocked (but pleasantly so) that anyone could have survived it.  Various sources are reporting up to 4 survivors in the hospital.  I'm also still very worried casualties on the ground may be bad, I'd be happy to be wrong about that as well.
 
2020-05-22 1:56:34 PM  
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Some comments from Fox News blog concerning the crash

If people are going to post videos of this, the leas they can do is have the courtesy to speak American so we can understand them.

....and your cry's shall go unheard in your day of affliction. (Unheard by God, that is)

The engine quit and the pilots immediately broke out the prayer rugs...

dam its a good day

Did anyone go and count Iran's missile stash, to make sure 1 wasn't missing?

even allah doesn't like its worshippersSo close. I'm sure they can pick off the last two for a spare here.
 
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