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Atlasjet MD-83 Plane Crash Kills 57 In Turkey – Video

All on board a Boeing MD-83 jet that crashed in Isparta, Turkey, early Friday, were killed when the plane went down just before landing. Initial reports indicate weather was not a factor in the crash of the Atlasjet airliner.

Some published accounts state that the pilot had told the tower the airport was in sight prior to the crash in rugged terrain on a mountain at about 5,000 feet.

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