A Pakistani Airblue plane crashed into a hillside early this morning as it was coming in for a landing, killing all 152 people aboard.  The plane, an AirbusA321, was ending a two-hour flight between Karachi and Islamabad in rainy, foggy weather when the control tower lost contact with it.  Local residents say the plane's flight was erratic before it crashed into a hillside, strewing plane and human body parts all over the area.  Red Crescent rescue workers were able to recover enough body parts to account for 80 people, but a Pakistani government official stated that the crash scene was so horrific that there is no chance anyone could have survived the plane's destruction.  The plane had no technical issues, and no emergency messages were sent out before the crash.  Government officials say that terrorism was not suspected, but considering there were two Americans aboard, anything is possible.