Banker Zafar Masood survives in PIA plane crash

Banker Zafar Masood survives in PIA plane crash
Banker Zafar Masood survives in PIA plane crash

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Aden - Yasmin Abdel Azim - Zafar Masood, Chairman of the Bank of Punjab miraculous escape in the PIA plane crash in Karachi. Image Credit:

: It is a miracle. A Lahore-based banker Zafar Masood survived the fatal PIA plane crash in Karachi, family members confirmed.

Masood who was recently appointed as Chairman of the Punjab Bank was travelling in the ill-fated PIA flight PK-8303 from Lahore to Karachi. The aircraft crashed on residential area of Model Colony just before landing due to reported technical fault. Initial information revealed that cause of the plane crash was engine failure. According to initial reports, some 99 passengers including eight crew members were on board the plane.

A video broadcast by the television channel showed injured Masood being rescued by the residents in the area. He was later taken to a local hospital. Doctors confirmed that Masood suffered from multiple fracture but he is out of danger.

Family sources also confirmed that Masood miraculously survived. His brother was with him in the hospital. Masood who has more than 27 years of experience as an international banker was appointed Chairman of the Punjab Bank on March 17, 2020. He had also served on the board at Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Ltd.

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