On Sunday, state- run Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation( TBC) reported that a Precision Air aircraft had crashed into Lake Victoria while trying to land at an heliport in Bukoba.
TBC reported 15 saved, but the total number of persons on board and whether or not anyone decomposed wasn’t known.
TBC stated that the spurt “ fell in the Lake Victoria this morning owing to storm and severe downfall. ” The flight had taken off from Dar es Salaam, the capital.
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TBC stressed that it had spoken to its pen Charles Mwebeya who’s reporting live form the scene and explained that deliverance exercises were ongoing.
Located on the strands of Africa’s biggest lake, Bukoba Airport serves as a accessible gateway to the rest of the mainland.
TBC said that deliverance boats had been transferred out and that deliverance crews were still trying to free any remaining stranded passengers from the spurt.
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When it comes to intimately possessed airlines, Precision Air is the largest in Tanzania.