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Dominican plane makes emergency landing in Venezuela, kills two

Dominican authorities are investigating who could have been aboard Aero Commander 500 aircraft with Dominican registration that landed in Venezuela, killing two people in the landing. The two men died on Tuesday, 26 September 2017, when the plane attempted an emergency landing in Dabajuro, Falcón state in Venezuela, according to Globovision, a Venezuelan media. The deceased were identified as Kelvin Wiliam Leal and Venezuelan police officer Enmanuel Ferrer.

It is known that the pilot and passenger(s) fled upon landing and were transported in a waiting vehicle. Diario Libre reports that the National Investigations Department (DNI) is carrying out intelligence to investigate who and what was on board the plane. As reported in the media, HI560 departed from La Isabela International Airport in northern Santo Domingo to La Romana and from there to Venezuela. As reported, the aircraft had been stolen from its hangar at La Isabela International Airport in El Higuero.

The DNI is checking surveillance videos. Airport security is responsibility of Specialized Corps for Airport and Civil Aviation Security (CESAC).

Source: DR1, Diariolibre

Sep 28, 2017

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