Chile says air force plane missing off Juan Fernandez

By REUTERS
September 3, 2011 03:36

 
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SANTIAGO - A Chilean air force plane disappeared near the Juan Fernandez islands off Chile's Pacific coast on Friday, the government said, and local media reported there were 21 people aboard.

Defense Minister Andres Allamand said the plane had tried twice to land, unsuccessfully, before it went missing. The mayor of the islands said remains, including passengers' belongings, had been found in the water.

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