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Morocco Military C-130 Crashed, 80 died

Breaking News: Morocco Military C-130 Crashed, 80 died > A C-130 Morocco military plan crashed nearby mountainside due to bad weather in Morocco on Tuesday, at least 80 died, said the source.

Morocco Military C-130 Crashed, 80 died




According to the source story, at least 80 kill on board in plan on Tuesday July 26, 2011. 78 people died at the spot of the incident and other two died after the hospital reached.


An Armed official give statement that the military plan was crashed in the area of Guelmin is located about 515 miles of the capital Rabat.


Most of the Military persons traveled in the plan but the army officials told that some civilians with family also on board in crashed C-130.


Their Interior Ministry said they did not enough information of the incident, and the other hand the army officials blamed that the bad weather on behind of the accident.


All bodies has been recovered by the workers and shifted in the armed hospital at Guelmin.


Many civilians also gathered at the incident spot and try to find out their loved once.


C-130 hercules is a tubo prop military transport plan and use in many countries all over the world.


Story Edit by E Pakistan News Staff Member on Wednesday July 27, 2011



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