A plane carrying more than 100 people crashed in Karachi, Pakistan, and news of survivors is still evolving. Storyful

Ninety-seven bodies have been pulled from smoldering rubble in Karachi, Pakistan,

Before it crashed, the plane jolted violently in mid-air. Passenger Mohammad Zubair thought it was turbulence. Then the pilot came on the intercom to warn the plane was experiencing engine trouble and the landing could be “troublesome.” 

In a telephone interview from his hospital bed, Zubair, one of only two survivors, told The Associated Press that Pakistan International Airlines flight PK8308 had taken off on time from the eastern city of Lahore at 1 p.m. It was a smooth, uneventful flight until the aircraft

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