Cambodian air crash site found; no survivors

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June 27, 2007 08:02

 
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Search teams confirmed Wednesday there were no survivors from a plane that crashed in southern Cambodia with 22 people aboard, including South Korean and Czech tourists, officials said. The Russian-made An-24 aircraft operated by PMT Air crashed Monday during a storm while flying between Siem Reap - site of the famed Angkor Wat temple complex - and Sihanoukville on the southern coast. "All have died. It is confirmed," Information Minister Khieu Kanharith said.

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