Two feared dead as army trainer plane crashes in Pakistan

08:38, June 29, 2011      

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Two people on board an army trainer plane were feared dead as the plane crashed Tuesday afternoon some 60 kilometers southeast of Pakistan's capital Islamabad, reported local Urdu TV channel AAJ.

According to the report, the plane crashed at about 1:30 p.m. local time in Gujar Khan, a city situated southeast of Islamabad.

Local residents in Gujar Khan said that they saw a plane flying over the city with engine on fire before it crashed in less populated area of the city.

Other details about the crash are not immediately available.

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