Reports: Jet crashes in Nigerian city; many killed

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December 10, 2005 17:23

 
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A Nigerian passenger jet crashed in the southern city of Port Harcourt on Saturday, killing almost all passengers on board, according to Nigerian media. Nigerian radio station Rhythm FM said a plane of Nigeria's Sosoliso Airlines "crash landed and burst into flames," killing all but four on board. Officials were not immediately available to comment on the reports.



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