Several dead as plane crashes in South Sudan
Topics: CRASH SUDAN
Kur kuol, the director of Juba International Airport, told Anadolu Agency that eight people were on board the plane that belongs to South West Aviation and was heading to the Northern Bahr el Ghazal state.
"Eight people were on board and I still don’t have details about the number of people died in the crash," Kuol said.
Eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency that one injured person was rushed to a hospital and six dead bodies were seen on the ground.
Kur Kuol Ajieu, the airport’s general manager, told Radio Tamazuj that a cargo plane crashed in Referendum neighbourhood minutes after taking off from Juba airport. ■