Yellow Wings Crash in Kenya

Monday, July 29, 2013
By George Hatcher

On July 25, 2013, a Yellow Wings Air Services Ltd Cessna U206F Stationair Cessna type 206, registration number 5Y BUG en route from Nanyuk to Wilson Airport disappaeared from radar around 5 pm in the Aberdares Range, Nairobi Kenya.

The plane went missing Thursday, was found Saturday. Bodies were said to be recovered Sunday.

The three missing swiss, a family of father, mother and daughter, were found beside the wreckage by a Kenya Wildlife Services helicopter.

The plane struck the side of a mountain in the Aberdares mountains.

On Saturday, not to be confuse with this accident, a plane with one occupant crashed in Tsavo National Park.

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