TransAsia crash live: At least 23 killed as flight GE235 hits taxi and plummets into river

The domestic flight had 58 people on board when it crashed near Taipei   

Heather Saul
Wednesday 04 February 2015 07:38
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The mangled fuselage of a TransAsia Airways commercial plane is dragged to the river bank after it crashed in Taipei, Taiwan
The mangled fuselage of a TransAsia Airways commercial plane is dragged to the river bank after it crashed in Taipei, Taiwan

A TransAsia flight clipped a bridge shortly after takeoff and plummeted into the Keelung River, just yards from the river bank, near the island's capital of Taipei on Wednesday. At least 23 people have been killed. These are the latest updates:

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