24 February 2014

Tunisia: Libyan Plane Crash - Identity of Victims Disclosed By Libyan Authorities Confirmed

Tunis — The identity of victims of the Libyan military plane crash last Friday, in the Tunisian province of Grombalia, has been confirmed after the identification procedures and diagnosis completed on Sunday in Tunisia, announced the transport ministry emergency committee in charge of following up this crash.

"The Antonov 26" aircraft of the Libyan air force crashed last Friday at 1:20 AM, in a farmland in Grombalia killing all eleven passengers on board.

The aircraft had taken off from the Libyan military airport of Miitiga at 11:51 PM on an ordinary flight carrying patients for treatment.

On Saturday, Tunisia handed over the two aircraft black boxes records to the Libyan authorities to analyze the technical data of the flight.

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