Fly SAX Boss, Charles Wako Confirms No Survivors From Tuesday Crash

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Aerial View of the Fly Sax Plane. / COURTESY

Fly SAX boss, Charles Wako has confirmed that there are no survivor at the crash site of the Cessna C208 plane which went missing on Tuesday evening.

Rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) arrived at the site at around 1pm on Thursday after the wreckage was sighted earlier today at 7 am.

Read: Fly SAX Wreckage Found At The Peak Of The Aberdares

Family and friends of the incidents victims were informed at Weston Hotel by the Fly SAX officials who also urged citizens to be sensitive to the families that have lost their loved ones.

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