Plane crash kills at least 18 in eastern Congo
Rescue workers pulled 18 bodies from the rubble after a plane crashed into a densely populated neighbourhood in the city of Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo shortly after take-off on Sunday. © Bing Maps © 2019 Microsoft The aircraft, operated by local company Busy Bee, was en route to the city of Beni, about 250 km (155 miles) to the north, North Kivu Governor Carly Nzanzu Kasivita's office said in a statement.An official from Busy Bee, who asked not to be named, said the 19-seater Dornier 228-200 crashed with 16 passengers and two crew on board.
CHAMBERLAIN, S . D . (AP) — Authorities say nine people have been killed after a plane crashed in South Dakota . Peter Knudson with the National Transportation Safety Board tells The Associated Press 12 people were aboard the Knudson says nine people were killed and three were injured .
Nine people have died in a plane crash in Brule County, South Dakota , Saturday afternoon, an official confirmed to a local news outlet. Brule County State’s Attorney Theresa Maule told KELOLAND that 12 people were on the plane . The pilot and two children are among the dead .
Nine people were killed and three others injured Saturday afternoon after a plane crashed in southern South Dakota, authorities said.
The Pilatus PC-12 had 12 people on board when it crashed near Chamberlain -- about 180 miles west of Sioux Falls -- shortly after takeoff, Peter Knudson of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) told the Sioux Falls Argus Leader.
Three people were reportedly injured. Among the dead were the pilot and two children, Sioux Fall’s KELO-TV reported.
The Pilatus website states that the PC-12 can carry up to 10 passengers and is flown by one pilot.
The plane was bound for Idaho Falls, Idaho, according to the Leader.
Brule County State’s Attorney Theresa Maule described the emergency responders as “heroic.”
One killed in horror Nepean Highway pile-up .
The Nepean Highway is closed in both directions after a driver was killed in a head-on collision.Police said a south bound vehicle crossed over onto north bound lanes and slammed into a vehicle in Seaford, south-east of Melbourne, just after 6.30am today.