PENGHU, July 24, 2014 - Photo taken on July 24, 2014 shows the accident site after a Taiwan plane smashed into residential buildings following a failed emergency landing in the outlying island county of Penghu, southeast China's Taiwan. Forty-eight people have been confirmed dead and 10 others injured in the plane crash, which occurred on Wednesday evening. The plane, TransAsia Airways Flight GE 222, with 58 people on board, was then on its way from Taiwan's Kaohsiung to Penghu.

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Family members of victims cry near the accident site after a Taiwan plane smashed into residential buildings following a failed emergency landing in the outlying island county of Penghu, southeast China's Taiwan, July 24, 2014.

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Relatives of passengers onboard TransAsia Airways' flight GE222, which ended up in a failed emergency landing, are seen at Kaohsiung International Airport in Kaohsiung, southeast China's Taiwan, July 23, 2014. Forty-seven people onboard the airliner were killed after a failed emergency landing in the island county of Penghu on Wednesday, Taiwan's transportation authority has confirmed. The twin-engine ATR-72 turboprop aircraft was carrying 54 passengers and four crew. The plane was traveling from Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan to Penghu Islands in the west.

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