Plane crash in Taiwan: 51 people died

The plane belonging to TransAsia Airways suffered a crash on the Penghu Islands, as a result of which 51 people died and 7 suffered injuries of varying severity.

It is noted that the plane belonging to the Taiwanese airline flew from Kaohsiung City to Magun, and according to preliminary data there were 60 people on its board. The reasons for the catastrophe were poor visibility, and according to available versions, the pilot of a passenger aircraft simply did not manage to control the aircraft, as a result of which, the plane crashed into the ground.

On the site of the incident, teams of rescuers and ambulances are working, reports of destruction on the ground, which may lead to additional casualties.