A Kenya's cargo plane on Saturday, September 19 crash-landed at Mogadishu’s Aden Adde International Airport.
The twin-engine cargo plane registered under 5YMHT, Fokker 50, is reported to have slid off the runway and rammed into a concrete fence at the airport.
The aircraft operated on a cargo flight to Beledweyne.
After takeoff, the flight crew decided to turn back to Mogadishu Airport.
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During an attempted landing on runway 05, the aircraft veered off and impacted the perimeter wall.
Both pilots and the crew sustained serious injuries as a result.
The cause of the crash is yet to be established and no casualties had been reported.
Unconfirmed reports indicate the plane had four occupants at the time of the crash.