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In pictures: Thai air crash

Thai crash site

A Thai budget airliner has crashed on landing in the southern resort of Phuket, killing at least 88 people on board.

Thai crash site

Flight OG 269, operated by One-Two-Go, caught fire as it skidded off the runway.

Thai crash site

The McDonnell Douglas plane was carrying 123 passengers, many of them foreigners, and seven crew.

A wing of Thai budget carrier One-To-Go plane after  the Phuket crash

The plane, arriving from the Thai capital Bangkok, was trying to land in heavy rain and fierce winds.

Thai crash site

Both the pilot and the co-pilot are believed to have died in the accident.

Thai rescuers carry an injured passenger out of the wreckage of a crashed plane at Phuket International Airport.

A total of about 40 people managed to escape the burning wreckage.

Rescuers examine a large hole in the fuselage of the charred plane

Some passengers pushed out windows and exits to escape from the plane.

Thai air crash victim

The survivors, many of them foreign tourists, are being treated in Phuket's hospitals.

A woman checks the passenger list at Phuket Airport

Relatives of the passengers have begun arriving in Phuket.

Relatives arrive to identify the body of a victim

Some are facing the grim task of identifying friends or family in a makeshift morgue.

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