Army plane crash: Twitter grieves over the loss of lives
At least 19 people were martyred in the plane crash
RAWALPINDI: At least 19 people died and 16 were wounded when an army plane crashed into a residential area during the wee hours of Tuesday.
Social media users took to Twitter to grieve over the loss of lives and pray for the souls of the departed.
May ALLAH rest their souls in peace. Saddened to learn about this tragic incident of #planecrash in Rawalpindi. Prayers go out to all the victims' families. May ALLAH give them strength to cope. Prayers for the speedy recovery of the injured. https://t.co/THFDhq5o1s
— Faisal Javed Khan (@FaisalJavedKhan) July 30, 2019
— Mohsin Bilal Khan (@MohsinBilalKhan) July 30, 2019
Pak Army Plane crashed near Rawalpindi. According to ISPR All 5 crew members including 2 Pilots embraced Shahadat.Rescue sources confirm death of ten persons including citizens.
May the departed souls rest in peace. Prayers for the quick recovery of injured people.#planecrash pic.twitter.com/HUykIdY0Sx
— Ali Baloch (@realalibaloch) July 30, 2019
#planecrash there's this video circulating on Twitter of inside of a house and the corpse there of a kid is literally giving me chills! Im so scared rn and also life's really unpredictable! It really is! Ya Allah Maaf krna na Jane kb bulawa aajaye!
— Khadija 🇵🇰 (@ikhadijaafzal) July 30, 2019
While we were sleeping, they were training so they could serve our motherland. May their souls rest in peace. #planecrash
— Muhammad Sabeel (@msabeelkhattak) July 30, 2019
Used to offer Jummah prayers @ a small mosque adjacent to the plane crash site. Only 2-3 houses in that street and I used to imagine how peaceful a place it must be to live in. Recite Fatiha for the beautiful souls that have departed today. #bahriatown #planecrash#rawalpindi
— Umar Ansari (@umaransariii) July 30, 2019
— Almas Arshad 🇵🇰 (@almas_arshad) July 30, 2019
Another sad day😓
An extremely sadden moments of #planecrash in Rawalpindi with lost of precious lives including 2 pilots and 17 civilians. May the departed souls rest in peace with highest rank in Jannatul Ferdaus. Deep condolences to the family of victims. pic.twitter.com/yOPYdX0Drl
— Usama Khan Niazi (@PapaNaiManeinGe) July 30, 2019
— Ch NiSar (@ChNiSarkhan2) July 30, 2019