China Eastern Airlines passenger jet has ‘accident’ in Guangxi, state media says By Reuters



BEIJING (Reuters) – A China Eastern Airlines (NYSE:) aircraft on Monday carrying 133 passengers from Kunming to Guangzhou had an “accident” in the region of Guangxi and caused a fire on the mountains, Chinese state television reported.

The jet involved in the accident was a Boeing (NYSE:) 737 aircraft and the number of casualties was not immediately known, CCTV said. Rescue was on its way, it said.

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