Nur Sultan, Dec 27, 2019:
At least 15 people were killed after a plane with 95 passengers and five crew members on board crashed on Friday shortly after taking off from the Almaty airport in Kazakhstan.
Bek Air Flight Z2100 was en route from Almaty to Nur-Sultan when it lost altitude and crashed into a concrete building at 7.22 a.m.
"Fourteen people died at the scene. One person died in the hospital," TASS News Agency quoted Tleukhan Abildaev, Head of Kazakhstan's Public Healthcare Department, as saying.
Medical assistance has been provided to 60 people who survived the crash, according to the Almaty International Airport administration.