Antonov AN-26 crashed in South Sudan | Video

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An Antonov 26, beloging to South West Aviation, crashed on Saturday morning after departing Juba, the capital of South Sudan.

On board of the cargo aircraft were most probably seventeen people, of which only one would have survived the plane crash. Exactly how many people were on board is still unknown, some media report there were only eight occupants.

The flight, which took off around 9 am, lost altitude shortly after take-off and crashed close to a farm. On board were motorcycles, spare parts, and cash salaries from various companies. After the plane crash, people are said to have started collecting money around the crash site.

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