Relatives pray for the victims beside the crashed plane at Taipei Chiang Kai-shek international airport 03 November 2000. Singapore Airlines admitted that the jumbo jet took off from a runway closed for repair, causing the death of 81 people.
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Relatives breakdown over the coffin of a loved one at a hangar of Chiang Kai-shek international airport, 02 November 2000, after flight SQ006 carrying 159 passengers and 20 crew crashed 31 October 2000, leaving 81 dead. The Singapore Airlines plane plunged to the ground seconds after take-off in typhoon winds and torrential rains on Tuesday evening from Chiang Kai-shek airport.
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An investigator (C, back) collects evidence from the crashed position 05R runway at Taipei Chiang Kai-shek International Airport 03 November 2000. Singapore Airlines admitted the jumbo jet took off from the wrong runway, bumping into construction equipment. The crash killed 81 people.
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Relatives check the body for identification at Chiang Kai-shek international airport 02 November 2000, after flight SQ006 carring 159 passengers and 20 crew crashed 31 October 2000, leaving 81 dead. The Singapore Airlines plane plunged to the grounds seconds after take-off in typhoon winds and torrential rains on Tuesday evening from Chiang Kai-shek airport.
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