Today, December 8th, kenayns were left shicked after receiving news of an aircraft crash in Tsavo national Park. This is because aircraft accident are not as common as car accidents in the country. The reason for this is because there are only a handful of kenyans whi can afford to own and fly aeroplanes.
According to reports from a relible source, two individuals kicked the bucket on Thursday, December 8 after a light airplane crashed in Tsavo Public Park.
The Tsavo Public Park (KWS) said the mishap happened at 10am.
There were two individuals, a man and his child, on board the 5-YDHS airplane during the accident.
The airplane is owned by Sheldrick Natural life Trust.
Teresia Igiria, the Head of Corporate Correspondences at the KWS, said more subtleties will be made accessible soon. However, Madam Teresia Igiria did not share the details of the occupants of the airplane or give any information on what led to the crash.
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