Five killed in Cape Town plane crash
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Five South Africans, including a paramedic and a patient, died when their aircraft, enroute from Namibia to Cape Town, crashed in Plattekloof early on Sunday morning.
Western Cape Provincial Government health spokesperson Robert Daniels said the pilot, co-pilot, paramedic, patient and the patient’s daughter died when the Namibian Air mercy services plane crashed.
“Radio contact was lost at 6.14am and the aircraft was en-route to Cape Town International Airport from where the patient would be transferred to Panorama Hospital,” Daniels said.