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Breaking News- Ethiopian cargo plane crash: 3 rushed to hospital

Saturday 10th January , 2015 2:24 pm
An Ethiopian cargo plane overshot the runway at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra on Saturday afternoon, StarrFMonline.com has gathered.
The three-member crew on board are currently receiving treatment at the 37 Military Hospital.
The development, according to our sources, caused massive panic among passengers at the airport.
A source within the tower-control room who confirmed the incident to StarrFMonline.com said the situation although normal, rarely happens in Ghana.
The cargo flight was traveling from Togo to Ghana.
Details emerging indicate that the accident was caused by bad weather.

1 Comment

  1. Cause given here is incorrect the crash was not due to bad weather at all check this
    “Ethiopian Airlines Cargo (Addis Ababa) Boeing 737-43Q (F) freighter, registered as ET-AQV (msn 28493, ex N493AC/OO-VES), operating for ASky Airlines, today (January 10) skidded off the runway at Accra on landing. The gear collapsed and the right engine was sheared off. The freighter was operating flight KP 4016 from Lomé to Accra. According to the airline, the aircraft blew its tires on landing. The three crew members safely exited the aircraft. The aircraft is an insurance write off (WO).”

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