Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja - Eye Witness Report -

Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja – Eye Witness Report

Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja. According to THE NATION ONLINE;

A survivor of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Beech Craft King Air BB35Oi plane that smashed on Sunday in Abuja endeavored to leap out of the consuming airplane, a witness, disclosed to THE NATION at the accident site.

Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja – The plane smashed at Bassa village, one of the villages that share limits with Nnamdi Azikiwe Air terminal. Each of the seven Help Staff installed were slaughtered.

The eye witness, ThankGod Joseph, described how the plane smashed, burst into flames and afterward detonated, running the expectation of endurance by those installed.

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The 13-year- lived in the Bassa community. He said a large number of the inhabitants saw how the plane lowered down in an unusual way before it crashed.

Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja – As indicated by him, they saw one of travelers endeavoring to leap out/escape quickly from the plane crash, unfortunately, he fell.

She added:

 “As the plane crashed, it scratched the ground and made a noisy sound. Some of the people working at a building site tried fetch water to quench the fire but before we could take action, the plane exploded. Fire service people came about 15 to 20minutes after the crash.“The fire servicemen struggled to access the area because of bad road. They eventually put out the fire and removed the remains of the victims.”

THE NATION ONLINE also noted that Commercial motorcycle riders had a field day ferrying inquisitive people to the crash site. They made quick money, charging between N100 and N150, per trip.

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Nigerian Airforce Plane Crash in Abuja – Spokesman for the NAF, Air Vice Marshal (AVM) Ibikunle Daramola, said Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) Air Marshal Isiaka Amao has ordered immediate investigation into the cause of the crash.


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