Plane Crash in Argentina


Plane Crash in Argentina

28 May. In Argentina, an aircraft crash occurred, as a result of which, according to inconclusive information, 5 people died.

A small twin-engine BE20 was carrying out a private flight from San Fernando to a small town in Carmelo, located in Uruguay. It is reported that the cause for the crash of the aircraft was a technical malfunction with one of the engines, but at the moment all the circumstances of the tragedy are being clarified.

The number of passengers on board the aircraft remains unknown, but the bodies of five people have already been found. The search for possible victims continues, but they are seriously complicated by the fact that the plane fell into a river with a very large current, and therefore, it is likely that survivors and dead can be lower down the channel.