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'All I could see was smoke and fire': Engineer who was pulled alive from wreckage of doomed Airbus A320 alongside bank boss reveals passengers' terror as pilot came down for one landing and then took off again before plunging into houses with 99 on board
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Two passengers have survived the A320 crash in Pakistan, including Zafar Masood, manager of the Bank of Punjab, according to a government spokesman. The bank said he had suffered fractures but was 'conscious and responding well'. The other survivor, engineer Muhammad Zubair, told Geo News the pilot came down for one landing, briefly touched down, then took off again. After around 10 more minutes of flying, the pilot announced to passengers he was going to make a second attempt, then crashed as he approached the runway, Zubair said from his bed in Civil Hospital Karachi.

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