Cargo plane crashes near Tehran, 10 feared dead

Cargo plane crashes near Tehran, 10 feared dead

Cargo plane crashes near Tehran, 10 feared dead

The Fars news agency said 16 people were on board and one survivor has so far been found.

A Boeing 707 cargo plane flying from the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan has crashed in Iran's Alborz province after it overshot the runway during landing.

It is not clear who owned the plane.

"A (Boeing) cargo 707 place carrying meat took off from Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan and had an emergency landing at Fath airport this morning", the army said in a statement on its website.

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Fath Airport belongs to Iran's powerful paramilitary Revolutionary Guard.

"We do not know yet whether it was an Iranian or foreign cargo plane", a local official told TV.

Rescuers say the bodies of seven people have been recovered with searches continuing.

A spokeswoman for the Manas airport said the plane belonged to Iran's Payam Air.

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Iranians often use the word "martyrdom" for those who die in war or national service, suggesting the aircraft may have belonged to the air force.

Images carried by Iran's state-run media showed the burned-out tail of the plane sticking out, surrounding by charred homes.

The plane initially reportedly had 10 people on board, but that figure later rose to 16.

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