Factory workers hit by SA plane crash


South African Civil Aviation experts are still at the scene of a charter plane crash which claimed the life of one person and left at least 19 others injured, some in critical condition.

Two workers in a factory were among those hit by the plane when it came down near Wonderboom Airport, in Pretoria, shortly after take off on Tuesday.

The Convair plane, built in 1954, was due to be sent to an air museum Aviodrome in Netherlands. It crashed during “take-off on a test flight”, the museum said.


Source – Standard Media