A video clip showed people sinking a US Air Force plane as it was moving on the runway of Kabul Airport.
Afghans are desperately trying to flee the country after it fell to the Taliban.
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a Video The photo showed crowds of people sinking a US Air Force plane, apparently taking off from Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan. She fell in love with the Taliban.
The video, which went viral on Twitter on Monday morning, showed dozens of Afghan civilians running alongside the plane and trying to seize it as it entered the runway. It is not clear when the video was recorded.
Other videos posted on social media appeared on Monday, apparently showing the bodies of the dead falling from a military plane seconds after take-off.
Kabul airport on Sunday became the scene of chaos in the name of the city and became the last Afghan military stronghold to bring down the Taliban.
Thousands of Afghans showed up at the airport, trying to get flights out of the country. But their hopes were dashed on Monday when the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority announced the cancellation of all commercial flights from Kabul.
The BBC reported that the airport is divided into a commercial side and a military side that is controlled by the United States and used by the American Personnel Evacuation Administration.
In another video posted on Monday, gunshots were heard as Afghans gathered on the tarmac. Witnesses told Reuters that at least five people died in the chaos at the airport, although the circumstances of the deaths were not clear.
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