字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 A day has passed since a TransAsia Airways plane crash-landed into a river in Taipei. Recovery efforts are underway. At least 31 are confirmed dead but the death toll is expected to climb as a dozen people are still unaccounted for. Connie Kim has the latest. SOV "Mayday, mayday, engine flameout." Those are the final words... from the pilot in the cockpit before a TransAsia Airways plane crashed Wednesday morning into a river in Taipei, killing at least 31 people. Dramatic video footage captured by a car dashboard camera shows the ATR-72 clipping a bridge shortly after takeoff... and crashing into the Keelung River. There were 58 people on board. After the Kinmen Islands-bound fight plunged into the river, 15 people were pulled out of the wreckage. Rescue workers are searching the recovered fuselage and the surrounding waters for the remaining 12 passengers. Most of the passengers on board were Chinese,… and China is communicating with Taiwanese officials to provide the latest information to the victims′ families. The city of Xianmen, just off the coast of the Kinmen Islands, where the plane was headed, is also gearing up to support the passengers′ relatives. "As soon as the entry permit is issued, we will fly the family members there. We are hoping to take them over by tomorrow morning," Aviation officials said the flight lost contact just minutes after take off from Taipei′s Songshan Airport... and they are still searching for clues as to what caused the crash. With both of the aircraft′s black box flight data recorders retrieved, officials are hoping for more information as to what happened. The crash was the airline′s second fatal accident in seven months, raising questions about the company′s safety protocols. Connie Kim, Arirang News.