Transcript for Cargo Plane Crashes in Kyrgyzstan
that breaking news overseas. A cargo plane destroying more than a dozen homes and killing 33 people. Emergency crews rushing to the scene there in Kyrgyzstan. Let's get right to ABC's lama Hasan for the latest. Good morning, lama. Reporter: Good morning. That's right. Here's what we know. The Turkish cargo jet carrying at least four pilots crashing and plow nothing a village as they were coming in to land in dense fog. Horror for those on the ground including a third grader returning home from school and found his entire family killed when the plane slammed into their home. The Boeing 747 crashed just a mile from the airport after missing the runway in the heavy fog. The Turkish cargo plane careening into this village. Plowing through at least 15 buildings. The nose of the plane tearing through this home. Huge remnants of the fuselage sticking out of the snow still smoldering. This car's roof ripped off. The plane was report they attempting to make a refueling stop as the flight made its way from Hong Kong to istanbul. Early reports say it may have crashed due to pilot error. The village is separated from the airport by a metal fence. Everyone on board and several families living here are believed to have perished. And just moments ago officials telling ABC news both black boxes have been found. A team of investigators will be arriving at the crash site tomorrow morning to piece together what happened. George. A lot more to learn. Thanks.
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