BSF Plane Carrying 10 People Crashes Near Delhi Airport, 4 Dead

New Delhi: A small plane of the Border Security Force (BSF) crashed into a wall near the Delhi airport this morning, killing four people on board.

Ten people were on the plane, reported to be a Super King aircraft that was flying to Ranchi. The crash reportedly took place at around 9.50 am, moments after technicians lost contact with ground control.


Sources say the plane hit a wall and then crashed into a septic tank. The aircraft caught fire, which has reportedly now been put off.

There are 15 fire engines on the spot. A crowd has gathered at the area.

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  1. Was the Capt not able to pull the joystick due to technical snag ? Hitting the wall at such altitude is nothing but if the joystick gets struck, which shall not be able to climb. Say that we have lost 4 jawans of our force.

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