727 freighter HK-4544 (msn 21105 built 1975) of Aerosucre Colombia has crashed
near Puerto Carreno-Cumaribo Airport, Colombia 20 December 2016. The aircraft
was departing on a service to Bogota, video from the scene shows it nose high,
but still on the ground as it passes through the airfield boundary fence and
across a dirt road, and crashing some
short time later after becoming airborne. Five of the six persons on board have
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