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Smoldering scene in Lagos, Nigeria after plane crash

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Rescue workers and firefighters work to contain a fire while they continue to look for survivors at the scene of the crashed Dana Airline plane in the densely populated Toyin Area of Iju Ishaga in Lagos, on June 4. The flight that crashed in Nigeria's largest city of Lagos, reported both of its engines failed before it went down.

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Rescue workers carry bodies at the site of a plane crash in Lagos, Nigeria, Monday, June 4. Firefighters pulled at least one body from a building that was damaged by the crash as several charred corpses could be seen in the rubble.

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People watch as a crane lifts the remnants of the tail of the plane at Iju-Ishaga neighborhood in Lagos June 4. Nigerian emergency services pulled more bodies out of the still-smouldering, ash-covered wreckage of a plane that crashed killing all 153 people on board.

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A rescue worker search through the debris at the site of a plane crash in Lagos, Nigeria, Monday, June 4. A passenger plane carrying more than 150 people crashed in Nigeria's largest city on Sunday, government officials said. Firefighters pulled at least one body from a building that was damaged by the crash and searched for survivors.

AP reports:  LAGOS, Nigeria — Police dogs sniffed for dead bodies Monday in the rubble of buildings destroyed when an airliner crashed into them, killing all 153 aboard, as cranes lifted away heavy pieces of debris in the grisly aftermath of Nigeria's worst air disaster in nearly two decades.

Rescue officials said they fear many more people may have perished on the ground. Continue reading...

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