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  • Five people killed after Colombian cargo plane crashes during takeoff - NEWS.com.au

    Five people killed after Colombian cargo plane crashes during takeoff - NEWS.com.au;

    FIVE people have reportedly been killed in a cargo plane crash in eastern Colombia. The plane operated by Aerosucre crashed into a field outside Puerto Carreno. According to reports the Boeing 727 struggled to gain altitude as it took off from German ...and more »

  • Amateur video captures Colombian cargo plane crash – Watch - Zee News

    Amateur video captures Colombian cargo plane crash – Watch - Zee News;

    Bogota: A video has surfaced on social media showing an aircraft nearly hitting a group of plane watchers as it struggled to gain altitude, then careening to one side and exploding as it hit the ground. The Colombian cargo plane crashed three minutes ...and more »

  • Five killed in Boeing 727 cargo jet crash in Colombia - KOMO News

    PUERTO CARRENO, Colombia - Five people were killed when a Boeing cargo plane crashed near Puerto Correño, Colombia Tuesday evening, according to airline officials. They said the Boeing 727-200, belonging to the Colombian company Aerosucre, ...and more »

  • Boeing 727 cargo plane crashes in Colombia, kills 5 - The Seattle Times

    Boeing 727 cargo plane crashes in Colombia, kills 5 - The Seattle Times;

    Five flight-crew members were killed when a Boeing 727 cargo airplane operated by Aerosucre crashed minutes after takeoff. Share story. By. Vernal Coleman. Seattle Times staff reporter. Five people were killed at a Colombian airport Tuesday after a ...and more »

  • Cargo Plane Crashes in Colombia, Killing 5 Crew Members - ABC News

    Cargo Plane Crashes in Colombia, Killing 5 Crew Members - ABC News;

    A cargo airplane operated by the Colombian carrier Aerosucre crashed just three minutes after takeoff on Tuesday evening, killing five crew members. A flight technician on board survived and was taken to a hospital with injuries. The plane, a Boeing ...and more »

  • Cargo plane crashes after take off in Colombia, killing five and injuring one - ABC Online

    Cargo plane crashes after take off in Colombia, killing five and injuring one - ABC Online;

    A cargo plane has crashed shortly after take-off from the southern Colombian city of Puerto Carreno, reportedly killing five and injuring one crew member. The AeroSucre Boeing 727-200 aircraft crashed about 8 kilometres from Puerto Carreno's German ...and more »

  • Cargo plane overshoots runway, crashes at takeoff in Colombia (VIDEOS) - RT

    Cargo plane overshoots runway, crashes at takeoff in Colombia (VIDEOS) - RT;

    An AeroSucre cargo flight with six people on board has crashed en route from Puerto Carreno to the Colombian capital of Bogota. According to videos recorded by witnesses, the aircraft seemed to have overshot the runway on takeoff and crashed shortly ...and more »

  • Five crew dead after Aerosucre cargo plane crashes in Colombia - UPI.com

    Five crew dead after Aerosucre cargo plane crashes in Colombia - UPI.com;

    Five people died and one person has been hospitalized after an Aerosucre cargo Boeing 727 crashed following a failed takeoff from Puerto Carreño's Germán Olano Airport on Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Colombian Red Cross. PUERTO CARREñO ...and more »

  • Colombia plane crash: Dramatic moment jet 'overshoots runway and crashes on takeoff killing five' - Mirror.co.uk

    Dramatic footage appears to show the moment the aircraft, operated by Aerosucre, came down shortly after taking off from German Olano Airport. According to unconfirmed reports, the Boeing 727 struggled to gain altitude as it took off en route to the ...and more »

  • VIDEO: ​Aerosucre 727 freighter crashes in Colombia - Flightglobal

    VIDEO: ​Aerosucre 727 freighter crashes in Colombia - Flightglobal;

    The aircraft reportedly was operating a flight from Puerto Carreno to Bogota when it went down shortly after takeoff. A video posted on social media website YouTube purports to show the aircraft, registered HK-4544, failing to rotate and become airborne.and more »