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Iran Expresses Deep Regret over Turkish Plane Crash

Iran plane crash: Turkish private jet 'catches fire' Private Turkish plane crashes in Iran on way from UAE
Adrian Cunningham | 12 March, 2018, 03:31

A Turkish business jet carrying eight passengers and three crew members crashed into a mountain in central Iran on Sunday, killing all on board, the Iranian authorities said.

Seven search and rescue teams have been sent to site of the crash to search for the wreckage.

Just yesterday, before the incident occurred, Miss Basaran posted a photo of herself and seven smiling bachelorettes on her hens trip at a Dubai resort.

Shahr-e Kord is some 370 kilometers (230 miles) south of the capital, Tehran.

He added the bodies of the plane's passengers have been burned completely and their identification will become possible only through DNA tests.

Mojtaba Khaledi, the spokesman of the National Disaster Management Organization of Iran, said the plane hit a mountain near Shahrekord and burst into flames.

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Iran's state-run news agency, quoting Red Crescent, said at least 11 people were on board the small plane.

Witnesses in a village near the crash claim they saw flames coming from the plane's engine before it crashed, according to Iranian news agency Fars.

According to SCAD, a private Bombardier Challenger Turkish TC-TRB, took off at 5:16 pm local time from Sharjah International Airport en route to Istanbul Ataturk Airport and disappeared from the radar around UAE time 7:30 pm. Officials at the airport did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Turkey's NTV channel quoted the Turkish Transport Ministry as saying that the plane belonged to the Istanbul-based Basaran Holding Company, which is active in the energy, construction and tourism sectors.

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