Afghanistan: Zaki Anwari, an Afghan public group footballer kicked the bucket in a tumble from a US plane at Kabul air terminal on Monday. The 19-year-old apparently moved onto a C-17 plane that was going to withdraw from Kabul.
Zaki Anwari, an Afghan public group footballer, kicked the bucket in a tumble from a US plane at Kabul air terminal on Monday, the Afghan news organization Ariana said on Thursday.
Hordes of individuals trying to escape Afghanistan have swarmed the air terminal since Taliban radicals cleared to control on Sunday, many seen attempting to load up a moving plane.
Ariana said Zaki Anwari tumbled from a USAF Boeing C-17 and that the passing had been affirmed by the General Directorate for Sport.
Anwari was one of thousands of Afghans who rushed to the Hamid Karzai International Airport on Monday, the day after the Taliban caught the Afghan capital, expecting to get on a plane out of the country.
He apparently moved onto a C-17 plane that was going to leave from Kabul.
Zaki Anwari’s leftover parts were said to have been found on board the US Air Force C-17 vehicle plane after the plane raced to move away from the impelling Taliban while conveying many displaced people.
Numerous Afghans were seen amassing the US Air Force stream as it took off from the runway. Some figured out how to hold tight to the wheels of the flight or sat on the wings, just to tumble to their demises from the sky.
New recordings from the Kabul air terminal have arisen showing ladies sobbing for help from outside the entryways and spiked wires, arguing the soldiers to give them access. In the video, the ladies are heard saying, “Help us, the Taliban are coming.”