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The Antonov An-26 transport plane, which was built in the Soviet Union, crashed shortly after taking off from Juba’s international airport, killing everyone on board. With Reports about the individuals on the plane that one is a South Sudan, Two Sudanese and two Ukrainians.
One is a South Sudanese, two are Sudanese, and two are Ukrainians.South Sudan Civil Aviation Authority head David Subek told AFP.
A cargo jet owned by a local operator was apparently transporting 28 barrels of fuel for the World Food Programme to Maban, a district with over 100,000 refugees.
It collided with a mango tree and caught fire, according to Kur Kuol, the Juba’s international airport’s director general.
The persons on board were charred to a crisp. They’re in awful shape.Kuol stated
The Red Cross of South Sudan reported emergency workers had recovered five remains that had been burned beyond recognition.
South Sudan, a young country that gained independence in 2011 and has been mired in a long-running economic and political turmoil, lacks a stable transportation infrastructure, with plane crashes frequently attributed to overcrowding and bad weather.
President Salva Kiir suspended an airline on March 3 after one of its flights crashed in the country’s east, killing all ten people on board, including two pilots.
Shortly after taking off from Pieri, a South Sudan Supreme Airlines plane crashed in Jonglei state.
In August of last year, another jet owned by local company South West Aviation crashed, killing four passengers and three crew members.
The cargo jet was carrying cash for Juba-based Opportunity Bank to the Wau region in the country’s northwest.
Overloading planes is prevalent in South Sudan, and it is suspected that it played a role in the 2015 crash of an Antonov plane in Juba, which killed 36 people.
In 2017, 37 people survived a near-miss when their jet collided with a fire vehicle on a Wau runway before exploding into flames.