Wed, 27 Feb 2013 9:01a.m.
Smoke poured from a hot air balloon carrying sightseers over the ancient city of Luxor before it burst in a flash of flame and plummeted to earth.
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Relatives of some of the tourists killed in a balloon accident have arrived in Egypt to identify the bodies of the victims, officials say.
Some passengers trying to escape the flames leaped to their deaths before the craft crashed in a sugar cane field.
At least 19 foreign tourists were killed as their hot air balloon crashed near the famed ancient city of Luxor.
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