Sunday, March 8, 2009

Plane Wreckage Found in Izabal

A group of campesinos met with the press today and showed the wreckage of an airplane that apparently fell and was destroyed in September of 2008 in an area of virgin forest of Izabal.

To reach the place, the journalists had to travel in cars for two hours plus three hours of walking in the forest to reach hill Mil Diecinueve, in the Sierra Santa Cruz, in Livingston.

The place was a Cessna type aircraft, two engines, with white lines, and registration number C 404-676 C/P and 25 KRGL / 4. Inside the aircraft were the remains of two unidentified occupants.

A fire that was set off after the crash destroyed about 800 meters of forest and pieces of the aircraft were scattered across an area 3 kilometers in diameter.

In addition, a pump for pumping fuel was found and caps for fuel cans used to store fuel. No evidence was found to prove it was a narco-aircraft.

Campesinos who led the expedition explained that they reported the crash in September but the authorities did not react to the report.

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