A China Eastern Airlines flight with 132 people on board crashed in the southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on Monday, causing a mountain fire. The 132 people included 123 passengers and nine crew members. Rescue operation was ongoing and the number of casualties was not clear.

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Here’s what we know so far about the plane crash – 

1. The crash occurred near the city of Wuzhou in Teng county on Monday

2. Guangxi provincial emergency management department said contact with the plane was lost at 2.15 pm

3. Police first received calls from locals alerting the crash around 2.30 pm

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4. Initial reports suggested that the plane had been traveling at around 30,000 feet when suddenly it entered a deep dive at its cruising altitude speed of 455 knots

5. The plane crashed within a minute and a half of whatever went wrong

6. The aircraft then stopped transmitting data just southwest of the Chinese city of Wuzhou

7. Satellite data from NASA showed a massive fire just in the area where the aircraft went down 

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8. At least 117 rescuers have arrived at the crash site

9. Guangxi fire department was organising 650 rescuers who were heading to the site of the crash 

10. Chinese President Xi Jinping called for an “all-out effort” to be made in the rescue operation