BSF plane crashes on board in Delhi’s Dwarka, with 10 people

New Delhi: Security personnal inspects the crash site of the Border Security Force (BSF) plane outside the IGI airport in New Delhi on Tuesday.PTI Photo by Atul Yadav(PTI12_22_2015_000025A)

In Delhi Ranchi-bound Border Security Force (BSF) Superking aircraft carrying technicians crashed at Bagdola village in Dwarka, New Delhi on Tuesday.

Earlier reported that two people have died in the crash, CNN-IBN reported that one person had been confirmed dead. Times Now also later said that one person had been confirmed dead. The CNN-IBN report also said that ten people were on board the aircraft.

TV reports also said that the crash took place near the Delhi airport. Runway 2B has been closed at the airport. 15 fire tenders have been rushed to the spot.
“A Ranchi-bound BSF Superking aircraft carrying technicians loses contact with ground control,” BSF sources told.