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Philippines military plane crashes, 17 confirmed dead


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A C130 Hercules, Philippines military plane crashed earlier this morning. 92 people were on board. 17 people have been confirmed dead and 40 people have survived and were taken to a nearby military hospital. The plane crashed in the southern Philippine province of Sulu, 950 kilometres/600 miles south of the capital, Manila. The condition of the remaining soldiers is currently unknown. Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says the C130 was trying to land at the Jolo airport but overshot the runway. Seventeen bodies were found at the crash site on Jolo island, but 40 people survived and were taken to a […]

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