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Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers search for bodies at the site of a plane crash. -AP

In pictures: PIA flight PK-661 crashes

The passenger list confirmed there were 31 men, 9 women and 2 infants on board, including Junaid Jamshed.
Updated Dec 07, 2017 01:58pm

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661 carrying 48 passengers and crew crashed on the way to Islamabad from Chitral on December 7, 2016 at 4:42pm PST.

The Civil Aviation Authority confirmed there were no survivors from the ill-fated flight.

The passenger list confirmed there were 31 men, 9 women and 2 infants on board the flight, including singer-cum-evangelist Junaid Jamshed and his family, as well as three foreigners.

Rescue workers survey the site of a plane crashed a day earlier. — Reuters
Rescue workers survey the site of a plane crashed a day earlier. — Reuters

Residents look on as the rescue work continues in the morning at site of a plane crash near the village of Saddha Batolni. — Reuters
Residents look on as the rescue work continues in the morning at site of a plane crash near the village of Saddha Batolni. — Reuters

Hospital workers unload coffins for the remains of the victims of the crash. — AFP
Hospital workers unload coffins for the remains of the victims of the crash. — AFP

A man takes a look at the list of identified victims posted on a hospital wall.  — AFP
A man takes a look at the list of identified victims posted on a hospital wall. — AFP

A rescue worker holds the black box during the rescue operation at a remote crash site.  — Reuters
A rescue worker holds the black box during the rescue operation at a remote crash site. — Reuters

Soldiers transport remains found in the wreckage of the crash to a mortuary at a hospital in Abbottabad.  — AFP
Soldiers transport remains found in the wreckage of the crash to a mortuary at a hospital in Abbottabad. — AFP

Pakistani soldiers and volunteers search for victims from the wreckage of the crashed PIA passenger plane Flight PK661 at the site in the village of Saddha Batolni in the Abbottabad district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. — AFP
Pakistani soldiers and volunteers search for victims from the wreckage of the crashed PIA passenger plane Flight PK661 at the site in the village of Saddha Batolni in the Abbottabad district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. — AFP

Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers collect remains of victims at the site of the plane crash. -AFP
Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers collect remains of victims at the site of the plane crash. -AFP

Pakistani volunteers move remains of plane crash victims to a mortuary at a hospital in Abbottabad. -AP
Pakistani volunteers move remains of plane crash victims to a mortuary at a hospital in Abbottabad. -AP

Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers search for bodies at the site of a plane crash. -AP
Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers search for bodies at the site of a plane crash. -AP

Pakistani media and residents gather at Benazir Bhutto International Airport following the crash. -AP
Pakistani media and residents gather at Benazir Bhutto International Airport following the crash. -AP

An airport security officer directs a motorcyclist at the entrance to the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad. -AP
An airport security officer directs a motorcyclist at the entrance to the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad. -AP

Relatives and friends of Pakistani singer-turned Islamic preacher Junaid Jamshed, comfort each other outside his home. -AP
Relatives and friends of Pakistani singer-turned Islamic preacher Junaid Jamshed, comfort each other outside his home. -AP

Relatives gather outside the residence of Junaid Jamshed. -Reuters
Relatives gather outside the residence of Junaid Jamshed. -Reuters

People gather outside the emergency ward, where authorities brought the bodies of the plane crash victims. -AP
People gather outside the emergency ward, where authorities brought the bodies of the plane crash victims. -AP

People watch television coverage of the PIA plane crash at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Rawalpindi. -Reuters
People watch television coverage of the PIA plane crash at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Rawalpindi. -Reuters

Members of a civil society group hold candles during a vigil for the victims of a plane crash in Multan. -AP
Members of a civil society group hold candles during a vigil for the victims of a plane crash in Multan. -AP

Rescue workers survey the site of the plane crash. ─Reuters
Rescue workers survey the site of the plane crash. ─Reuters

A villager gives eye witness account to others regarding the plane crash. ─AP
A villager gives eye witness account to others regarding the plane crash. ─AP

Pakistan villager stands at the site of plane crash. ─AP
Pakistan villager stands at the site of plane crash. ─AP

Relatives grieve as they wait for word on the collection of the remains of victims of the PIA plane crash at PIMS hospital in Islamabad. ─Reuters
Relatives grieve as they wait for word on the collection of the remains of victims of the PIA plane crash at PIMS hospital in Islamabad. ─Reuters

Relatives grieve as they wait for word on the collection of the remains of victims of the PIA plane crash at PIMS hospital in Islamabad. ─Reuters
Relatives grieve as they wait for word on the collection of the remains of victims of the PIA plane crash at PIMS hospital in Islamabad. ─Reuters

Pakistani villagers look upon the wreckage of the crash. ─AP
Pakistani villagers look upon the wreckage of the crash. ─AP

Rescue workers survey the site of a plane crash. ─AP
Rescue workers survey the site of a plane crash. ─AP