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Tuesday, 16 April, 2002, 07:36 GMT 08:36 UK
In pictures: Korea plane crash
Rescue workers in South Korea are scrambling to locate survivors after a Chinese Boeing 767 airliner carrying 166 people crashed near the South Korean city of Busan.

Rescue workers at the crash scene
Rescue workers arrived quickly at the scene

Relatives of crash victims cry near the site of the accident
Nearby, families waited for news of the plane's passengers

Firefighters search through the plane debris
Firefighters searched through wreckage for survivors...

Firefighters survey the destruction at the scene
...but were hampered by smoke and cloudy conditions

An investigator examines the wreckage
Thirty-eight people have survived the crash

A survivor is filmed by television cameras as he arrives at the hospital
Survivors were taken to hospital in Busan, South Korea's second largest city

Wreckage
Rescue workers are still searching for a handful who are unaccounted for
See also:

15 Apr 02 | Asia-Pacific
Chinese plane crashes in Korea
22 Jun 00 | Asia-Pacific
Double disaster hits China
17 Oct 99 | Asia-Pacific
China aircraft hits turbulence
08 Mar 02 | Country profiles
Country profile: South Korea
12 Feb 02 | World
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