21 Mar Air crash in Sudan
Referred to as a miraculous outcome, all 49 passengers and crew survived after a plane crash landed and split into pieces at an airport in South Sudan on Monday.
Passengers were pulled from the burning wreckage after the plane belonging to South Supreme Airlines crashed at the north-eastern town of Wau.
Photos showed the scorched pieces of the plane as the crash site was surrounded by emergency services, airport personnel and UN peacekeepers. Smoke filled the air as firefighters arrived at the scene of the air disaster and poured water on the smouldering remains.
Everyone on board survived though at least 12 people were taken to hospital. It is understood that the doomed flight had originated from the airport in Juba, the country’s capital.