At least two people have survived after a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crashed in Karachi with 98 people on board.
Flight PK 8303 from Lahore crashed into a residential area of Karachi on Friday as the Airbus A320 plane, carrying 91 passengers and seven crew, was approaching Jinnah International Airport.
The airline said the pilot had reported technical issues and witnesses said the aircraft attempted to land two or three times before hitting a mobile tower and crashing into houses in the Model Colony area, a few miles away from the airport.
Smoke billowed from the scene where caved-in roofs could be seen as debris lay scattered in the streets while ambulances hurried through chaotic crowds, with fears residents are injured or dead.
Sky News understands at least three people have survived the crash.
Local TV stations showed footage of a man on a stretcher who they said was a survivor.
A senior Pakistani government source told Sky News one of the survivors is the president of Punjab Bank.