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>> A search for answers, after Pakistan's deadliest plane crash in four years. Investigators on Thursday picking through the wreckage of PK661. A day after it plowed into the hills north of its destination, Islamabad, killing everyone on board.>> 46 bodies.>> We found 46 bodies here last night.
When local young people heard about the crash, they all came to help with the recovery.>> Rescue workers are now sending the bodies back to grieving families waiting in the capital. Many of the remains burned beyond recognition. The plane's black box has been recovered. But so far there's no clear sign of what caused the tragedy.
Pakistan International Airlines says the plane passed a safety check in October. And doesn't believe the accident was caused by technical or human error.>> Around four o'clock the control tower received a message that an engine had failed. After a few minutes the Mayday calls started. Then the plane disappeared from radar.
>> The flight crashed just 30 miles short of the runway. On board, popular pop singer turned evangelical Muslim cleric Junaid Jamshed. Plus a team of engineers from Australia and China and two infants. Pakistan's airline industry has a poor safety record. Six years ago a passenger plane crashed in heavy rain near Islamabad, killing all 152 people on board.