SA Air Force plane crash-lands at DRC's Goma Airport
CAPE TOWN - A South African Air Force plane crash-landed at Goma Airport in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Thursday afternoon, The South African National Defence Force has confirmed.
SANDF spokesperson Siphiwe Dlamini said the plane had been deployed in the DRC as part of a United Nations' peacekeeping mission.
No one was injured during the incident and circumstances surrounding the crash were being investigated, said Dlamini.
African News Agency
The SANDF has released an official media statement. Confirms that the C-130BZ had flown to Goma from Beni and that the incident occurred on landing. pic.twitter.com/jI7Gm62REX— Darren Olivier (@darren_olivier) January 9, 2020