A plane with a hundred people on board crashed Friday morning at the airport of the city of Almaty in Kazakhstan.
This is an aircraft of the Kazakh airline Bek Air. So far 14 people have died in the crash and 35 people have been seriously injured. Emergency services are on site to rescue survivors.
There were 95 passengers and 5 crew members aboard the aircraft.
The plane was en route to Nur-Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan. At start-up, the aircraft lost altitude and flew through a concrete fence, according to the Kazakh Aviation Authorities. Then the plane crashed into a small building near the airport.