48 killed, 10 survive plane crash


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48 killed, 10 survive plane crash

Barely a week after the tragic shooting down of a Malaysia Airline plane, a Taiwanese airline crashed in Taiwan on July 23 killing 48 people. Ten survived. TransAsia Airways flight GE222, with 58 on board, had smashed into two houses after an aborted landing near Magong airport. It was flying from Kaohsiung and had been delayed due to Typhoon Matmo. Television images showed firefighters working at site of the mangled wreckage and soldiers on the scene. TransAsia said it planned to compensate each family of the deceased with Tw$1 million ($33,000).

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