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KOREA CRASH
RTR3RA6 
April 16, 2002 
CHINESE AVIATION OFFICIALS EXAMINE THE REMAINS OF AN AIR CHINA PLANE
THAT CRASHED NEAR KIMHAE AIRPORT.


Unidentified... 
Kimhae, Korea - Republic of 
CHINESE AVIATION OFFICIALS EXAMINE THE REMAINS OF AN AIR CHINA PLANE
THAT CRASHED NEAR KIMHAE ... 
CHINESE AVIATION OFFICIALS EXAMINE THE REMAINS OF AN AIR CHINA PLANE
THAT CRASHED NEAR KIMHAE AIRPORT.


Unidentified Chinese aviation officials examine the remains of an Air
China Boeing 767 airplane that crashed on a mountain near Kimhae
airport, 325 km (200 miles) south of Seoul, April 16, 2002. The flight
from Beijing crashed into a foggy mountainside with 166 passengers and
crew on board on Monday, killing 119 people. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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