Horrific plane crash in Mumbai suburb claims three lives

The plane, a Beechcraft King Air C 90 turboprop, was sold by the Uttar Pradesh government to a Mumbai-based UY aviation company in 2014

More details are now emerging from the horrific plane crash into the Mumbai suburb.

It is now known that three to five people have lost their lives in what is being considered as the accident.

The plane crashed in a thickly populated suburb of Mumbai.

It is also now known that the ill fated plane had around a dozen people on board.

It is said that it was about to land at the airport when it crashed nearby in Ghatkopar.

The plane, a Beechcraft King Air C 90 turboprop, was sold by the Uttar Pradesh government to a Mumbai-based UY aviation company in 2014.

The plane was reportedly delivered to the UP government in 1995. It crashed next to a building under construction.

Several fire engines and ambulances are at the site.

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