Plane Crash

With the Islamic holiday of Eid just days away, Pakistanis were hoping for a respite from the country's worsening coronavirus outbreak.
The Pakistan International Airlines flight, carrying 98 onboard, crashed into a crowded neighborhood on the edge of the airport.
Capt. Jenn Casey died and Capt. Richard MacDougall was seriously hurt.
A sixth passenger was in critical condition after being rescued from the burning wreck.
The plane, which had been traveling from Sugar Land to Boerne in Texas when it experienced engine trouble, crashed while attempting to land, officials said.
Officials confirmed that the racing legend, his wife and their baby escaped a private jet that crashed and caught fire in Elizabethton, Tennessee.
The government issued a statement Wednesday saying Boeing will need to "mitigate" the issue before the Max 8 jets could be put back in service.
Dennis Muilenburg told CBS the plane manufacturer also apologizes "more broadly to the traveling public where confidence has been affected."
The embattled plane maker said Saturday it “made corrections" to the simulator software used to train some Boeing pilots.
Several people sustained injuries, some serious, in the crash near the town of Ketchikan. One person remains unaccounted for, Princess Cruises said.