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"Mungu Ni Nani," How 45 Passengers Managed To Escape Death In Today's Airplane Crash- Somalia

The mishap happened on Wednesday, July 21, after the plane slid off the runway at Elwak airstrip in Gedo, close to Mandera, harming its propeller and landing gear. 

Reports showed that all travelers on board got away safe. 

The Kenyan airplane worked by Skyward Airlines, Reg 5Y - GRS made a crisis arrival at Burahache shut airstrip veering off the strip. 

Keep going week on Monday, July 12, one individual was affirmed dead after a plane slammed in Naivasha. The plane accident which occurred in the Ndabibi region left two individuals with wounds. 

The light airplane was observing a grasshopper intrusion when it slammed. Nakuru Deputy County Commissioner Steve Mwonge affirmed the episode. 

The airplane was accounted for to have been making peculiar sounds prior to slamming down. 

One observer clarified the scenes on the ground in realistic detail saying, "one of the casualties' heads burst open, and the body is totally scorched." 

Scouring through the remaining parts in the fallout of the misfortune, the observers moved flotsam and jetsam and other consumed plane destruction attempting to recognize the casualties of the mishap. 

On-scene inhabitants tossed sand onto the segments still ablaze trying to snuff the fire. 

Also, on Thursday, June 24, a tactical chopper with travelers on board slammed and burst into blazes in Kajiado County leaving 10 troopers dead and 13 others harmed. 

An assertion by the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF), expressed that the plane was a Mi 171e Air Force Helicopter and it smashed at around 9 am. 

"It was on a preparation mission and crash-arrived at the Ol Tepesi region in Ngong, Kajiado County.

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