Plane with 80 on board crashes at Nairobi airport

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April 6, 2006 11:12

 
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A passenger plane, with 80 people on board crashed while attempting to land at Nairobi airport on Thursday, officials said. The plane was en route from Kisangani, Congo. The cause of the crash was not known but estimations were that heavy storms in the Kenyan capital since late Wednesday, with lightning and heavy flooding, contributed to the disaster.

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