A horrific accident has occurred on a highway in Malaysia as a private plane crashed into a car and a motorcycle, resulting in the tragic loss of at least 10 lives, according to local police.
The private jet, a Beechcraft Model 390 airplane, was carrying eight people when it went down in a fiery collision with a car and a motorcycle on the highway. The impact was so severe that it ignited into a massive fireball, leaving a trail of thick black smoke engulfing the scene.
Reports indicate that all eight people on board the plane lost their lives, while two motorcyclists who were on the ground also died tragically in the incident. Video clips from the site capture the horrific moment of impact, followed by fire and thick smoke.
The plane had made a journey from the resort island of Langkawi to Selangor, located west of the capital, Kuala Lumpur. The circumstances leading up to the crash remain under investigation, with initial reports indicating that the plane had lost contact with air traffic control before the crash.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke said that while an initial investigation indicated the plane had been cleared for take-off and experienced pilots at the helm, the precise cause of the crash could not yet be determined. accident
Investigators continue to search for the plane’s black box or flight data recorder.
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