The Turkish transportation ministry is sending two experts from its accident investigation board to assist and ACT Airlines, which owns the Boeing 474-400, said the cause was still unknown.AFP news agency says at least one Kyrgyz official has blamed a pilot error for the tragedy.Heartbreaking pictures have emerged of two children whose families were killed by yesterday's appalling air crash in Bishkek.Sultan, aged nine, had left early to go to school in the next village - and when he returned, he found his entire family had been killed by a Turkish cargo plane which wiped out his home, and an entire section of his village in Kyrgyzstan.Our barn remained, but the roof of our neighbour house was carried away.'I went to the neighbours in the morning, they gave me clothes, put me into an ambulance.'Now I'm here.
It is so painful to talk about this.'She explained: 'The boy doesn't know that his parents are dead. 'A total of 38 died in the crash, when a Boeing 747 cargo aircraft missed the runway and crashed into houses in the ex-Soviet republic in central Asia. Also killed was accountant Nargiza Kozhanaliyeva, 31, who was eight months pregnant.Then it destroyed all the houses.'People died, they were just buried.'Then came the police, then the ambulances.They took away dead people.'The policemen looked at them.He died with his younger sister - Mariam, seven, mother Farida, 47, and father Anarbek, 56.In one house, the wheels of the plane crashed into one bedroom where children were sleeping, reported Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper.
There were reports this morning that looters had already descended on the scene with one man arrested for stealing two kettles from the wreckage, and hiding them under his coat.