Early analysis of the incident in media reports say that the motion of the jet was arrested by its landing gear plunging into the muddy hillside. Social media photos believed to be from the scene also show a jet engine separated from the aircraft and floating in the Black Sea:

This morning, more photos emerged from Turkish media showing the resting place of the plane:

Incredibly, none of the 168 people on board, including the pilots and crew, were injured in the incident. The Trabzon airport is reported to still be closed at this time, as accident investigators and emergency services crews continue to work on the scene.

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