Crashing airliner in South Sudan
The Supreme Airlines South airline passenger jet crashed Monday at the airport in the city of Wau in southern Sudan. According to the preliminary information, on board the aircraft were at least 44 people.
> Rises to seven dead in Turkey workers damaged helicopter and rescue teams indicated that there were no fatalities in the accident, “no one died, but there are a number of injured at this time,” said one of the local aid workers near the scene of the accident.
#WAU: Further Photos of South Supreme Airlines Plane Crash. 44 feared dead. #SouthSudan #SSudan pic.twitter.com/2VQzhZTyM9 – The National Courier (@Nation_Courier) March 20, 2017 #WAU: Tail Of Crashed South Supreme Airlines Plane. #SouthSudan #SSudan pic.twitter.com/eA2mC6BEvU – The National Courier (@Nation_Courier) 20 March 2017 according to AFP News Agency, at least 14 people were injured, the authorities are still at the airport doing rescue work and investigate the causes of the plane crash.