I came across this story from 1977 on LebanonArchives’ timeline and it was the first time I hear about it. An Antonov airplane departed from Varna carrying a crew of nine and tons of frozen meat on the 13th of May 1977, and was cleared for landing by the air traffic control in Beirut. However the plane struck high tension power cables on its way down and crashed over the town of Aramoun. All nine occupants were killed and the frozen meat was dispersed all over the mountain where it crashed.
According to this website, ATC transmitted several instructions to the crew that failed to respond, maybe due to language issues.