Five dead after plane crashes in Indonesia

Indonesia: As per the information given by the officials, as many as five people lost their lives on board an Indonesia plane that crashed in Papua province.

Reports stated that dozens of rescuers from the local search and rescue office had arrived at the scene and began an evacuation process yesterday.

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The spokesperson for the office Marsudi stated: “We have removed (taken) four of the dead to Wamena town, but another remains at the scene.”

The five people on board the plane, operated by Associated Mission Aviation (AMA), a private firm operating flights in and around Papua province, included a pilot, a co-pilot and three passengers.

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The plane was flying from Wamena to Derakma.