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At Least 32 Killed, 15 Injured in Taiwan Plane Crash

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Moments before the TransAsia Airways propjet banked sharply and crashed into a river, one of its pilots said, "Mayday, mayday, engine flameout," according to a Taiwanese aviation official.

Video, Photos: Plane Clips Roadway in Taiwan during Takeoff

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Video, Photos: Plane Clips Roadway in Taiwan during Takeoff

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