Pane crash in Thailand kills many
According to The New York Times, a plane crash heading for Phuket, Thailand on Sunday killed at least 88 NYT reports, "Established in 2000, One-Two-GO is one of many low-fare airlines in Southeast Asia that have made travel in the region more affordable. But a series of accidents involving those carriers has raised questions about their maintenance procedures and overall safety."
According to The Star Tribune, at least 91 passengers died in the crash, 55 of which being foreign tourists. 60 bodies were retrieved fairly quickly but the rest took hours to dig up.