Sad: Three Army Officers Killed In Military Plane Crash

Sad: Three Army Officers Killed In Military Plane Crash an accessible web community

By Spy Uganda Correspondent

A Sudanese military plane crashed in the White Nile south of the capital, Khartoum, killing all on board, authorities said on Friday.

Authorities retrieved three bodies of officers, including a lieutenant colonel, the prime minister’s office said in a statement.

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Search efforts were still ongoing for others who were on board when the plane crashed near al-Shegilab on Wednesday, according to the statement.

No further details were released, including how many people were on board.

The crash was the latest involving a military plane in Sudan, where aircraft crashes are common mostly due to poor aviation safety records.

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An Apache attack helicopter loaded with weapons and ammunition crashed in January, shortly after taking off from an airport on the eastern borders with Ethiopia. The three-person crew survived that crash.

At least 16 people, including two women and two children, were killed in January last year when a military plane, a Russian Antonov An-12, crashed in the restive West Darfur region.

In 2003, a civilian Sudan Airways plane crashed into a hillside while trying to make an emergency landing, killing 116 people, including eight foreigners. Only a small boy survived the crash. an accessible web community

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