First off, RIP to the pilots and those killed. Hoping the dead numbers are low considering the aircraft went down a cliff and those injured. It’s all too soon and it’s dark there but I would suspect the people lost were towards the front. I don’t see the cockpit, the front fuselage is serrated aft of where the front doors would be. Also at that particular angle of footage there is light under the front fuselage where the front baggage compartment would be even with the floor. For the people onboard, it was sheer terror. Not knowing or speculating if they landed long or fast, it will come out later, I would question why they would have max passengers and probably cargo/baggage on this flight coming into a tricky airfield during known heavy/monsoon rains. Also I can’t help but mention that this 737-800 looks like same three piece breakup of this type in recent history the Pegasus flight being the most recent...
RIP to the deceased. Aviation safety is based on incident/ accident analyses, statistics and openness.
I did a quick google -737 crash break-up. I won’t make a list, but there’s a remarkable one. It seems all at the same places. We discussed before.
-Independent- specialists maybe should analyze / do some statistics, optionally review the crashworthiness certification history, back to the short 737-100.