March 20, 2017 (JUBA) - An Antonov AN-26 commercial aircraft on Monday crashed in South Sudan’s Wau town, primarily reports indicate there are no human causalities only several people injured.
The actual cause of the crash remains unclear.
The South Supreme Airlines was carrying more than 50 people when it hit the runway while trying to land on arrival at Wau airport from Juba.
Reports from Wau say the plane landed safe but due to the bad weather conditions, the pilot hit a truck of the (...)
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