Pakistanis make a beeline for aircraft crash site

Aircraft carrying 152 people crashed amid rain in Margalla Hills on July 28.

Islamabad: Pakistanis are still visiting the site in the Margalla Hills, located near this Pakistani capital, where an aircraft crashed with over 150 people onboard on July 28.

On July 28, the aircraft carrying 152 people crashed amid heavy rain in the lush green Margalla Hills that ring this city. The plane, flying from Karachi to Islamabad, suddenly lost contact with the airport here and crashed near the popular Damanekoh resort.

The News International reported on Tuesday that those headed for the hills now park their cars on the road to have a glimpse of the crash site that is far from the road and it takes more than an hour to reach there on foot.

People park their vehicles on the road, causing a traffic hazard.

The maximum number of vehicles head to the area on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

IANS

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