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#1 51Tucano

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Posted 20 de March de 2017 - 15:24

Um Antonov AN26 da empresa South Supremes Airlines caiu no Sudão do Sul, fazia um voo da capital Juba até a cidade de Wau, onde caiu e pegou fogo na pista do aeroporto.

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Posted 20 de March de 2017 - 16:05

??? Na Globo.com ele disseram que todos sobreviveram.

 

http://oglobo.globo....do-sul-21087508



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Posted 20 de March de 2017 - 16:26

Um Antonov AN26 da empresa South Supremes Airlines caiu no Sudão do Sul, fazia um voo da capital Juba até a cidade de Wau, onde caiu e pegou fogo na pista do aeroporto.

 

??? Na Globo.com ele disseram que todos sobreviveram.

 

http://oglobo.globo....do-sul-21087508

 

 

Accident: South Supreme AN26 at Wau on Mar 20th 2017, failed landing

By Simon Hradecky, created Monday, Mar 20th 2017 14:45Z, last updated Monday, Mar 20th 2017 16:53Z

 

A South Sudan Supreme Airlines Antonov AN-26, flight from Juba to Wau (South Sudan) with 40 passengers and 5 crew, suffered a landing accident at Wau Airport (South Sudan), came to a rest near the first part of runway 27 and burst into flames. All 45 occupants were rescued alive, 17 or 18 have been taken to local hospitals with injuries.

Media in South Sudan are reporting all 44 occupants are feared dead, other media in South Sudan report at least 9 survivors have been rescued and taken to local hospitals.

Local aid workers in Wau reported, that there has been no fatality, all 44 occupants were rescued alive, 17-18 were injured and have been taken to hospitals.


The airline reported there were 40 passengers and 5 crew on board, no further known so far.

According to various (western) databases including ATDB the airline operates one Fokker 50 registration C5-SSA, which had another accident in Aweil in 2014, see Accident: South Supreme F50 at Aweil on Jan 7th 2014, runway excursion as well as one Antonov AN-32A registration EK-32710.

According to Russian databases South Supreme operated two Antonov 26s EK-26310 and EK-26804 (both in South Supreme Colours but listed in storage) and one L-410 5Y-DAD (flying).

A local source reported the tail number of the AN-26 probably was S9-TLW or S9-TLZ.

 

 

Fonte: http://avherald.com/...=4a675f56&opt=0


Edited by G-BOAC, 20 de March de 2017 - 16:27 .


#4 51Tucano

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Posted 20 de March de 2017 - 21:14

Isso mesmo, não foram mortos.

Tentei achar onde tinha lido, mas apagaram.

Cada site diz um número de passageiros: 44, 45, 49...