African Medical Research Foundation Crash in Tanzania

Thursday, August 1, 2013
By George Hatcher


Photographer Roberto Benetti

On July 30, 2013, an African Medical Research Foundation Cessna 404 Titan took off from Merugwayi airstrip en route to Arusha, crashed in Kapingiro village, Tanzania.

The seven people aboard were severely injured when the plane crashed in stormy weather conditions. The flight was carrying doctors providing free medical services in Arusha. Arusha-based Flying Medical Services confirmed the accident but the details have not been released.

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