At least 14 people have died in a plane crash in Kazakhstan.
At least 14 deaths have been reported in a plane crash that happened in Kazakhstan, according to the officials.
At least 35 people, including eight children, have gotten injured.
Officials reported that over 100 people were on board.
According to an international news agency, there was dense fog in the region. The reason behind the crash is not known yet.
However, there were survivors, according to the airport.
The plane was en route to Nur-Sultan (the country’s capital) from Almaty-the largest city of Kazakhstan.
Around 95 passengers and 5 crew were on board, according to Almaty’s airport.
The plane stroke a concrete barrier and crashed into a two-storey building after the plane lost height at 7:22 local time.
No fire was seen after the incident.
A special commission will be formed to examine the reason behind the crash.
Kazakhstan’s president Qasym-Jomart Toqayev has shown condolences to the families of the victims.
According to the company’s website, Bek Air was targeting VIP flight operations. Founded in 1999, the company claims itself as the first low-cost airline of Kazakhstan.
It should be remembered that a passenger plane was also crashed in January 2013. It was traveling from the northern town of Kokshetau. It was crashed in Almaty. Around 20 people had died in the crash.