Small plane crashes into building in residential area of ​​Colombia, 8 killed

Plane Crashes In Colombia: A major accident happened on Monday in Bogota, Colombia. There, a small plane carrying eight people crashed in a residential area of ​​Medellin, Colombia’s second largest city, killing all eight people on board. The plane had taken off from Olaya Herrera Airport in the morning. Before the accident, the pilot had also informed about the fault in the engine, but he could not avoid the accident.

After the accident, the Airport Authority told on Twitter that a total of eight people (6 passengers and 2 crew) were on board the plane which was the victim of the accident. All of them have died in this accident, while no one living inside the house where it collided has been reported injured or killed.

|  Una aeronaut que despegó de nuestro aeropuerto had an accident. Se activeó The Plan of Emergence. We will inform.

— Aeropuerto Olaya Herrera, Medellín (@AeropuertoEOH) November 21, 2022

Mayor told the whole truth by tweeting 

Mayor Daniel Quintero first wrote on Twitter, ‘A plane has crashed in the Belen Rosales sector. The government has put in full force to help the victims. The plane was a twin-engine Piper that was on its way from Medellin to the municipality of Pizarro in Choco. One of the two planes in Medellin indicated engine failure on takeoff but was unable to return to Olaya Herrera airport.’

Here is presented the accident of a plane in the sector of Belen Rosales. All the capabilities of the administrationón are activated to help the Victims.

— Daniel Quintero Calle (@QuinteroCalle) November 21, 2022

The magnitude of the accident seen in the picture

According to pictures shared by emergency services, the top floor of the house where the plane hit was almost destroyed. In the photo, firefighters were seen working to extinguish the blaze amid scattered tiles and broken brick walls.

A plane crash has happened in this city before

Please tell that Medellin is located in a narrow valley surrounded by the Andes mountains. In 2016, a plane carrying Brazil’s Chapecoense football team ran out of fuel and crashed into the mountains near the same town, killing 71 of the 77 people on board, including 16 players.

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