Six bodies recovered in CAA Crash in Goma

Wednesday, March 6, 2013
By George Hatcher


On March 4th 2013, a CAA Compagnie Africaine d’Aviation Fokker 50 cargo flight en route from Lodja to Goma crashed in a residential area at Lake Kivu.

The incident occurred during bad weather under conditions with low visibility on approach to the runway. The crash impacted residences.

Six bodies were recovered and three survivors reported. The six bodies were reported to be the crew, and the survivors were the three passengers.

CAA is banned from flying within Europe.

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