Bolivian Air Force plane crashes, killing key officials

Sucre La Paz: An air force plane crashed into a tree in the Latin American country of Bolivia, killing scores of people.

Six people, including four health ministry officials, were killed when an air force plane crashed in the Amazon region of Bolivia’s Agua Devils, according to a foreign news agency.

Bolivian Deputy Police Commander Col. Louis Cuevas confirmed the crash, saying the dead included four health ministry officials.

The plane crashed into a tree just seven minutes after takeoff from the town of Reberta, Bolivian Deputy Police Commander Col. Luis Civas told reporters.

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Four officials of the Ministry of Health’s National Dengue, Chicken Guinea program, including crew members, were aboard the plane in the tragic accident, all of whom were killed.

Deputy Minister of Health Maria Renینی Castro wrote on Twitter: “We are saddened to announce that a plane carrying the Ministry of Health team from Rubrelata to Cuba has crashed.” Being done.


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