Madiha Irum, a Pakistan International Airline (PIA) PIA air hostess, has posted a video message for her well-wishes where she said she’s okay and at home.

The air hostess was about to fly on the same flight that crashed in friday near Karachi airport.

Air hostess named Madiha Iram was expected to go on duty in the airplane, according to the information.

At the same time, Madiha was halted at the last moment by adjusting the duty roster.

The PIA sources said air hostess Anam Maqsood was sent instead of Madiha in the plane. Anam Maqsood reportedly also died in the plane crash.

In the video clip uploaded on twitter, the flight attendant said a matter at home prevented her from boarding the scheduled flight to take off from Lahore to Karachi.

The Pakistan International Airlines Airbus jet with 99 people aboard crashed into a crowded residential district of the city of Karachi on Friday afternoon after twice trying to land at the airport.

At least 97 people were confirmed to have died, health authorities said, but it was not immediately clear whether they included casualties on the ground.

The other passenger who survived was Zafar Masood, president of the Bank of Punjab, a Sindh provincial government spokesman said.

The bank said he had suffered fractures but was “conscious and responding well”.