Five Feared Dead in South Sudan Cargo Plane Crash

At least five people died on Tuesday when a small cargo plane crashed shortly after take-off from Juba Airport in South Sudan, airport officials said.

Director-General of the airport, Kur Koul assured the families that authorities have started investigating the incident which involved an Antonov-26 plane operated by Optimum Aviation

The victims were all crew members of the plane, which was carrying drums of fuel to Maban County in Upper Nile State.

South Sudan, which has suffered from a debilitating conflict in the past decade, lacks a reliable land transportation infrastructure, forcing some cargo to be moved by air.


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