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Plane with 133 people onboard crashes in Guangxi province, China

The Boeing 737 plane went down in the countryside near Wuzhou city, Guangxi region, and caused a mountain fire, CCTV said, citing the provincial emergency management bureau.

A Chinese commercial airliner with 133 people onboard has crashed in the southern province of Guangxi, sparking a mountainside fire, state media reported.

The Boeing 737 plane went down in the countryside near Wuzhou city, Guangxi region, and caused a mountain fire, CCTV said, citing the provincial emergency management bureau.

Rescuers had been dispatched and there were no immediate details of the numbers of dead and injured.

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