Airplane Crash in Libya Caused the Loss of More than 100 People’s Lives
In a recent airplane crash in Libya, more than 100 people lost their lives. The Afriqiyah Airways flight took off from Johannesburg and crashed at the Tripoli airport. There were 93 passengers on board and 11 crew members, apparently on the flight.
The Afriqiyah Airways also said that among the deceased, there were two Britons as well, but reports haven’t confirmed that yet. Anyone, who is in some way related to the victims of the plane crash, can call this number for further inquiry;
- +44 20 3355 2737
The investigating authorities are still trying to figure out, as to what went wrong in the plane. They have recovered some evidence, but so far, there isn’t anything solid yet. Some passengers were booked to connect to Europe and other areas of the world.
The foreign secretary – William Hague and Afriqiyah Airways expressed their condolences for all the people who lost their lives in this plane crash. He also said that it is clear that one victim was a Briton, but our deepest sympathies go along with everyone alike. Still, we are making efforts in knowing if there were other Britons on board and for any sort of emergency assistance, we are all standing alert.
Some officials are trying to get hold of the passenger list because individuals of various nationalities were on board.
However, sad as it may be, there was news about one survivor, a Dutch child that is being treated in the hospital. I guess miracles can happen anywhere and anytime. The boy is being attended to, due to minor injuries and some broken bones. But the rest of the passengers and crew members didn’t make it out alive.