Turkish Cargo Plane Crashes into Kyrgyz Village

Plumes of smoke rose over the village in Kyrgyzstan Monday morning, where the jet destroyed over 20 homes attempting to land in a dense fog.

An aerial view shows the site of a cargo plane crash near Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on Jan. 16, 2017. At least 37 people were killed when the Turkish aircraft, on a flight from Hong-Kong to Bishkek, crashed into a residential area near Kyrgyzstan's capital, at 7:30 Monday morning. Stringer - Anadolu Agency / Getty Images
Emergency workers arrive to the site of the crash of the Boeing 747 that went down in the village of Dacha-Suu. Tabyldy Kadyrbekov / Sputnik via AP
Rescue personnel work at the crash site. Vyacheslav Oseledko / AFP - Getty Images

Relatives of people killed react at the site of the airplane crash.

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Rescuers work through the wreckage. Igor Kovalenko / EPA
Kyrgyz firefighters work among the remains of a crashed jet. Vladimir Voronin / AP
A police officer stands by the wreckage. Vyacheslav Oseledko / AFP - Getty Images
Rescuers dig through the wreckage in the village. Igor Kovalenko / EPA
Kyrgyz servicemen and rescuers carry a body bag with a victim of the crash. Vyacheslav Oseledko / AFP - Getty Images
Firefighters work among the remains of the crashed Turkish Boeing 747 cargo plane at a residential area. Vladimir Voronin / AP
Rescue personnel search for victims. Vyacheslav Oseledko / AFP - Getty Images