In pictures: PIA flight PK-661 crashes

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The passenger list confirmed there were 31 men, 9 women and 2 infants on board, including Junaid Jamshed and his wife Nahya Junaid.

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-661 carrying 48 passengers and crew crashed on the way to Islamabad from Chitral on Wednesday at 4:42 PM PST.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) confirmed there are no survivors from the ill-fated flight.

The passenger list confirmed there were 31 men, 9 women and 2 infants on board the flight, including singer-cum-evangelist Junaid Jamshed and his wife Nahya Junaid, as well as three foreigners.

Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers collect remains of victims at the site of the plane crash.

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Pakistani volunteers move remains of plane crash victims to a mortuary at a hospital in Abbottabad.

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Pakistan Army troops and rescue workers search for bodies at the site of a plane crash.

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Pakistani media and residents gather at Benazir Bhutto International Airport following the crash.

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An airport security officer directs a motorcyclist at the entrance to the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad.

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Relatives and friends of Pakistani singer-turned Islamic preacher Junaid Jamshed, comfort each other outside his home.

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Relatives gather outside the residence of Junaid Jamshed.

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People gather outside the emergency ward, where authorities brought the bodies of the plane crash victims.

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People watch television coverage of the PIA plane crash at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Rawalpindi.

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Members of a civil society group hold candles during a vigil for the victims of a plane crash in Multan.

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