The plane crash in South Sudan: no one died
The plane crash in South Sudan
In a plane crash in South Sudan no one was killed.
In the North-Western part of South Sudan at the airport has made emergency landing the passenger plane, but all 49 passengers and crew members survived. This is stated in the official statement of the airport, reports AP.
“The plane landed, and then rose again. The pilot couldn’t control it,” said the acting Manager of the airport Wau the Stephen Jungle, who is also the Deputy Director of air traffic services.
When the plane crashed, its doors opened, allowing the pilot and rescue crews to retrieve all the passengers and crew members. The injured were taken to a local hospital.
On Board at the time were 44 passengers and 5 crew members.
Earlier media was told that during the crash killed all who were on Board.