Pakistani supermodel Zara Abid was ready the doomed Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) airplane that collided with a private neighborhood while on way to deal with the air terminal in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi.
The travelers’ rundown of the flight gave to the media, shows Zara Abid loaded up the Airbus A320 traveler carrier that smashed before arriving in Karachi.
Wellbeing service representative Meeran Yousuf told Al Jazeera by phone that 80 individuals have kicked the bucket, with 48 bodies kept at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Karachi’s biggest government emergency clinic, and 32 at Civil Hospital Karachi, another significant state-run clinic.
Yousuf said two survivors were being treated at the emergency clinics in Karachi, while 17 bodies have been recognized up until this point.
At any rate six individuals who were on the ground when the carrier collided with houses in the thickly populated Model Colony region of Karachi, neighboring the city’s worldwide air terminal, were being treated for their wounds, she included.
See more photographs of Zara Abid beneath.