Sunday, April 30, 2006

Missing SA plane spotted in DRC

The United Nations’ World Food Programme says it is likely that two of the occupants of a plane that went missing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were South Africans. Eyewitness News reports that the aircraft was spotted by a rescue helicopter in Bunia on Sunday morning. Rescue workers are still trying to get to the scene. The Cessna Caravan light plane with three people on board went missing shortly after taking off from Goma on Friday. This happened a day after two South African captains, André Nel and Charles Greyvenstein, died when the plane they were flying crashed in the region.


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