Crash in Afghanistan's Bagram Air Field killed all 7 aboard: Reports


A general view of Kabul city. A civilian cargo aircraft crashed at Bagram Air Field, north of Kabul, on April 29, 2013.



The US-led military on Monday said all seven civilian crew members were killed Monday when their aircraft crashed at Afghanistan's Bagram Air Field, according to the Associated Press

The incident is under investigation.

A National Air Cargo spokeswoman confirmed to Reuters that they "did lose all seven crew members," but did not provide further information. 

NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said there was no known insurgent activity at the time of the civilian cargo aircraft's crash, according to the AP

In an email, ISAF members denied claims of responsibility from the Taliban. “Taliban’s claims are false.”

Local Bagram governor Abdul Shukor told Reuters the plane looked like it was "falling out of the sky."

Bagram Air Field is located north of Kabul. 

No further information was immediately available.