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.
Emergency workers arrive to the site of the crash of the Boeing 747 that went down in the village of Dacha-Suu.
Rescue personnel work at the crash site.
Relatives of people killed react at the site of the airplane crash.
Rescuers work through the wreckage.
Kyrgyz firefighters work among the remains of a crashed jet.
A police officer stands by the wreckage.
Rescuers dig through the wreckage in the village.
Kyrgyz servicemen and rescuers carry a body bag with a victim of the crash.
Firefighters work among the remains of the crashed Turkish Boeing 747 cargo plane at a residential area.
Rescue personnel search for victims.