Friday, April 19, 2024

Probe into washed-up aircraft pieces


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AVIATION OFFICIALS have a puzzle on their hands.
From today they will be doing the relevant checks to determine where three large pieces of fuselage, which washed up on Crane Beach over the weekend, belong.
Director of Civil Aviation Mitchinson Beckles, who was on the scene last Saturday, said more information on the origin of the remnants should be known today.
“I just secured them so they wouldn’t wash back out into the ocean and I have them stored at District “C” Police Station,” he told the DAILY NATION.  (YB)

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