[caption id="attachment_3759" align="alignright" width="150" caption="Pakistani rescue workers look for survivors amid the wreckage of a plane that crashed in Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, July 28, 2010. A government official says all 152 people on board the plane that crashed in the hills surrounding Pakistan's capital were killed. (AP Photo/Irfan Haider)"][/caption]
Two Americans were among 152 people killed in a plane crash in Pakistan today. Search teams are on the scene, but bad weather and smoldering wreckage slowed down the efforts. Searchers say there is no way anybody survived.
The flight left Karachi and crashed just before landing in the capital of Islamabad. A spokesman for the airline, Airblue, says they are investigating the crash, but there were no malfunctions and the pilot did not send and emergency signals. The Pakistan Airline Pilot Association says the plane did stray off course, perhaps because of bad weather.