Plane crashes in South Sudan, injuring four people: official

Plane crashes in South Sudan, injuring four people: officialBy Denis Dumo JUBA (Reuters) – At least four passengers were injured in South Sudan on Monday after bad weather caused their plane to crash into a fire truck upon landing, bursting into flame and plumes of thick black smoke, an official said. There were 44 people on board the plane belonging to South Supreme Airlines when it landed in the northwestern town of Wau from the capital Juba. “The aircraft landed safe … but because of bad weather, the plane missed the line and hit a truck belonging to the fire brigade,” said Gabriel Ngang Maduok, a station manager with the carrier.



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