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In South Sudan passenger plane crashed at the airport leaving dozens dead: shots

Passenger liner airline South Supreme Airlines Monday afternoon, March 20, crashed at the airport of Wau in southern Sudan. According to the data obtained from the authorities of the country, onboard the liner there were 44 people.

According to preliminary data, the crashed plane was heading from the capital of South Sudan city of Juba to the town of Entebbe in neighbouring Uganda and aboard were 44 people, according to “Russian conversation”.

The plane crashed in a field near the airport Wow, the collision of the ground breaking into several pieces. The media first reported the death of all aboard, but later this information was refuted by officials of Sudan’s least fourteen survivors.

At the moment, on the spot of the crash are continuing search and rescue operations. Witnesses have released the first footage from the crash site .

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