Ashwini Deepak Hande, Corporator ward no 128 informed that the injured were being treated at the Rajawadi hospital. The name s of the injured are Lavkush Kumar, Naresh Nishad
#GhatkoparPlaneCrash— Ashwini DeepakHande (@ashwinidhande) June 28, 2018
The injured people are being treated in Rajawadi Hosiptal.
Injured names are :- Lavkush Kumar, Naresh Nishad#Ghatkopar@JaiMaharashtraN @Saamanaonline @amitjoshitrek pic.twitter.com/lftoqTEZCb
Update: Total casualties: 5 dead (3 males and 2 female). 2 people are injured in Chartered Plane crash at Ghatkopar
Kirit Somaiya, Member of Parliament - Mumbai North-East was at the site of the accident and posted on Twitter...
I am on the spot jeevdaya lane where private chartered plane colÃÂ pse 1 walker died. Pilots are in plane. Fire brigade aag vizavat ahe: Kirit Somaiya pic.twitter.com/nZ3XAjauNf— Kirit Somaiya (@KiritSomaiya) June 28, 2018
Ashok Gehlot, General Secretary AICC, Former Chief Minister Rajasthan tweeted, "Pained to learn about the Chartered #PlaneCrash in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar. This is very unfortunate that five people including one person on ground lost lives in this crash. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families."
Pained to learn about the Chartered #PlaneCrash in #Mumbaiâs #Ghatkopar. This is very unfortunate that five people including one person on ground lost lives in this crash. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families.#MumbaiPlaneCrash— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) June 28, 2018
Update: Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar has reached the Chartered Plane crash site in Ghatkopar, Mumbai
According to ANI, The chartered plane which has crashed (in Mumbai's Ghatkopar) does not belong to UP government. The state govt had sold it to Mumbai's UY Aviation. The deal was done after the plane had met with an accident in Allahabad: Principal Secretary Information Avnish Awasthi
The chartered plane which has crashed (in Mumbai's Ghatkopar) does not belong to UP govt. The state govt had sold it to Mumbai's UY Aviation. The deal was done after the plane had met with an accident in Allahabad: Principal Secretary Information Avnish Awasthi #UttarPradesh— ANI (@ANI) June 28, 2018
Update: As per preliminary information, the aircraft was on a test flight and had taken off from the Juhu Airport minutes before it crashed. The cause of the crash is not known. It occurred in an under construction building premises, averting what could have been a major disaster.
#UPdate #UTTARPRADESH govt had sold the ill-fated aircraft to a private company some years ago. Today it had taken off from Juhu airport for a test ride with a pilot and 3 techies on board. @mid_day https://t.co/ppVEgfTScH— Dharmendra Jore (@dharmendrajore) June 28, 2018
Rescue officials who rushed to site said four bodies, whose identity was not clear, had been recovered from the smoking plane's wreckage. A passerby in the vicinity of the crash was burnt fatally when some burning fuel from the aircraft fell on him, said an eyewitness who was among the first to reach the spot
Update: Eyewitnesses said the plane was seen hurtling down and crashed with a deafening roar before bursting into flames around 1.15 p.m. There were four people on board.
Update: DG Civil Aviation B S Bhullar: DGCA team on way to Mumbai for a preliminary investigation into the plane crash
DG Civil Aviation B S Bhullar said to PTI, "DGCA team on way to Mumbai for preliminary investigation into plane crash. Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau to conduct detailed probe into the crash."
The site of the crash is reported to be near Telephone exchange in Ghatkopar West. Police, fire brigade and disaster management teams rushed to the spot, Akhilesh Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone-7) told PTI. Four fire engines have reached the spot, a BMC official said