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Four believed dead in Nairobi plane crash

Kenyan Airports Authority says fears all crew members killed after cargo plane crashes into commercial building.

Last updated: 02 Jul 2014 05:27
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Four people are believed to have died when a cargo plane crashed into a commercial building in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, shortly after taking off from city's main airport, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said.

"A Fokker 50 cargo plane with 4 people on board has this morning crashed at a commercial building in Utawala after taking
off from JKIA," KAA said on its Twitter feedon Wednesday.

"[Four] people on board the cargo plane ... are feared to have perished."

Kenyan media also reported that all four crew members were killed in the crash. The Kenya Red Cross tweeted that one body has been recovered

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