No Survivors in Chinese Plane Crash
No survivors have been found at the site in southern China where a plane crashed on Monday, and state media reported 18 hours after the crash took place. There were 123 passengers and nine crew on board.
The China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800 was en route from Kunming to Guangzhou and crashed into the mountains near Wuzhou, a city in the Guangxi region. There was a big fire. Survivors were not already counted, but that has now been officially confirmed.
The plane was seven years old and suddenly fell from a height of more than 8,000 meters, air traffic control reports.
Boeing has said it will send technical experts to China to help investigate the cause of the crash.