Twelve people are dead after a plane carrying 100 passengers and crew crashed shortly after takeoff from Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty on Friday and slammed into a house. But miraculously many onboard survived and that there was no one inside the house that the plane crashed into. Authorities have released a list of 12 people who died, including the captain, revising down earlier tolls provided by officials. 53 people are injured and 10 are in critical condition. Kazakhstan has grounded the Fokker model, which makes up the whole of the Bek Air fleet, and launched an investigation.