In this image, members of rescue teams stand next to body bags with victims at the crash site. The bodies of 15 victims, including five children, all of them Kyrgyz citizens, had been identified by Monday evening, the Kyrgyz government said on its website. Another 15 people, including six children, were hospitalized in the disaster, according to the health ministry.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu called his Kyrgyz counterpart, Erlan Abdildaev, to offer Turkey’s condolences, Turkey’s foreign ministry said.
In a tweet, Boeing offered its condolences.
“Our condolences to all who lost loved ones in the Kyrgyzstan accident,” the official Twitter account of Boeing Commercial Airplanes said, adding that Boeing stands ready to assist in an investigation.