Mumbai engulfed in shock after horrific plane crash leads to death of 5 in Ghatkopar area

28 Jun 2018 09:56 PM

Mumbai engulfed in shock after horrific plane crash leads to death of 5 in Ghatkopar area

Updated 28 Jun 2018 09:56 PM

ABP News Sources said the aircraft did not belong to UP Govt. It was sold in 2014 to a private company UY Aviation. UY aviation is owned by one Kothari.

Disturbing visuals of a man caught on fire emerged after the crash. He was also said to be killed in the crash. It appears he was a worker at the construction site as a measuring tape was found from his pocket. He has been identified as Govind Pandit.

The plane reportedly belongs to Uttar Pradesh government. A DGCA team on way to Mumbai for preliminary investigation into plane crash,"said DG Civil Aviation B S Bhullar to news agency PTI. "Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau to conduct detailed probe into the crash, " he said.

Investigators have found the black box that provides invaluable data and helps in figuring out what led to the crash.

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