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45 injured survivors from the Yichun air crash have been transferred to major cities like Beijing and Harbin for better treatment. The other 9 survivors will stay in hospitals in Yichun as their injuries can be treated there.
Henan airlines has held a news conference in Yichun to release the latest information on the plane crash.
The plane crash at Yichun airport which killed 42 people, is China´s worst commercial air disaster in nearly six years.
54 people survived the deadly crash. Among them, 15 are in serious conditions and have been rushed to hospitals in Harbin, capital city of Heilongjiang Province.
15 severely injured people in the plane crash in Yichun city, northeast China´s Heilongjiang Province, have been airlifted to the provincial capital, Harbin, for treatment.
A plane carrying more than 90 passengers and crew has crashed at the Yichun City airport in China´s northeastern province of Heilongjiang. The flight was en route from the provincial capital Harbin. At least 42 people are dead.
A passenger plane carrying more than 90 people has crashed in Yichun City in northeast China´s Heilongjiang Province. So far, 43 bodies have been recovered.
Yichun city´s, medical department, launched an emergency response immediately after the plane crashed on Tuesday evening.
A passenger plane with 96 people on board crashed during landing at a forests-surrounded airport in northeast China´s Heilongjiang Province amid thick fog late Tuesday.
Two days after the deadliest crash, doubts and speculations continue to swirl and no progress has been reported in the government investigation.
The airport in Yichun reopened Thursday afternoon with the first landing nearly 40 hours after it was shut down by the deadliest commercial plane crash in China in nearly six years.
The Yichun plane crash in northeast China has killed 42 people and injured 54 others. Among them, were a pair of newlyweds.
Zhang Wei, China Aviation Museum