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Urgent: Plane crashes with 133 people on board
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An Eastern China Airlines airliner, with 133 people on board, crashed in Guanxi Province, southwest China, on Monday.

An Eastern China Airlines airliner, with 133 people on board, crashed in Guanxi Province, southwest China, on Monday.

The Associated Press revealed that the plane was a Boeing 737, carrying 133 people on board.

No casualties have yet been revealed, after the plane crashed in the Chinese mountains, while rescue teams are approaching the crash site.

A video spread on social media showed the appearance of thick smoke from the fuselage of the plane, which is between the mountains, after the collision that caused a mountain fire, according to Chinese sources.

China Central Television reported that the crash of the plane, a Boeing 737 belonging to (China Eastern), occurred near the city of Wuzhou.

He added that the authorities sent rescuers to the crash site, and there were no reports of the number of dead and injured so far.

According to local media, the plane took off on flight "MU 5735" after the first hour in the afternoon local time (0500 GMT) from the city of Kunming (southwest) heading to Canton at a distance of about 1,300 kilometers.

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