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PK-8303 aircraft engine pulled out from debris

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KARACHI: The engine of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash has been pulled out from the crash site by using heavy machinery, ARY News reported on Wednesday 

A PIA aircraft (PK-8303) with more than 90 passengers and eight crew members on board crashed at Model Colony, a residential area near Jinnah International Airport, on May 22, leaving all people on board dead except two survivors.

The experts of Civil Aviation Authority, PIA and technical experts were finally successful, after several failed attempts to pull out the remaining parts of the ill-fated aircraft present in a dilapidated residential building in Karachi’s Model Colony.

The engine of the aircraft is being shifted to the airport in a vehicle.

Read more: PIA aircraft crashes in residential area near Karachi airport

The damaged two-storey building was given technical support before taking out engine in order to void a complete collapse. Heavy machinery and crane took part for the completion of the task.

It is pertinent to mention here that an aircraft investigative team of Pakistan left the country along with Airbus experts after they concluded the probe into the plane crash incident.

The team utilized both modern technologies and adopted traditional ways to look into the incident from various angles.

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