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Romanian military plane crash kills 11

07-06-2010 08:12 BJT

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ONE more body has been found in the burned out cabin of a military aircraft that crashed in southeastern Romania Monday evening. The discovery increases the death toll to 11 victims.

The plane went down near Tuz-la Airport after flying only two kilometers. Fourteen people were on board, including four crew members and 10 parachute jumpers. The country's Defense Ministry, says the plane belongs to its Air Force Cadet School. Sources, close to the investigation, say the accident might have been caused by an operational errors on take-off. The crash, is the most significant, involving the Romanian Air Force in the last 20 years. 

ONE more body has been found in the burned out cabin of a military aircraft that crashed in southeastern Romania Monday evening. The discovery increases the death toll to 11 victims.
ONE more body has been found in the burned out cabin of a military 
aircraft that crashed in southeastern Romania Monday evening. The 
discovery increases the death toll to 11 victims.

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