A Congo-based airliner crashed Monday while on approach to Goma Airport in the Eastern Congo. As many as 30 are feared dead according to reports.
The Fokker 50 plane, reportedly belonging to Compagnie Africaine d´Aviation, crashed in bad weather.
The governor of the province of North Kivu Province, Julien Paluku, said a Fokker airplane of the private airline CAA was carrying about 50 people. He said that at least three people survived the crash.
Information is still coming in, and the casualty count is not confirmed. We will update as we learn more.
The latest information we have received on casualties is that 6 have died in the crash and 4 were injured. This is NOT confirmed, however.
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