Great Sorrow for Environment as Many Environmentalists Killed in Plane Crash
Iranian passenger plane belonging to the “Aseman Ailiner” crashed near Isfahan and all 66 people on board killed. Not any evidence shown or found yet.
The news was short but the effect was horrible. Just after several days of the “Suicide News” of an environmentalist at his custody, and being under investigation of about 7 suspicious people for their environmental activities, the yesterday’s plane crash at the western borders of Iran “Yasouj” with about ten environmentalists, university proffesors and their students aboard, was really shocking!
Yesterday, Feb. 18th 2017, The Aseman Airline’s Tehran- Yasuj flight crashed near the city of Semirom, southern Isfahan province on Sunday and all the 66 people on board died as the result of the crash. Since now non of the searching missionaries have been able to find any evidence of the crashed plane!
According to the spokesman of Iran’s emergency organization Mojtaba Khaledi, Iran Aseman Flight 3704 with at least 65 passengers and crews on board crashed today.
The 20-year-old ATR plane, which disappeared from radars on Sunday morning 50 minutes after taking off from Mehrabad Airport, crashed near the city of Semirom, southern Isfahan province.
Several helicopters have been deployed to search the crash site near Padena mountain, and search and rescue operation is underway.
“It is not possible to send ambulances to the mountainous area, but choppers are being deployed,” Khaledi said.
Semirom is located about 80 km north from Yasuj, the capital of the south-western Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province.
Now after about 40 hours from this horrible Iranian aviation event, there are still doubts about finding a piece of evidence about whta has happened?!
The following clip, shows the same ART Plane that enforced with a right dead engine at the same zone and with the same Captain. The question, now, is that how this happened whereas the same Captain landed the same plane at the same airport (the airport without a control tower and radar system) safely about a year ago?