25th September 08:03 AM
Team of detectives comb through crash site in Kenya which killed 10 people including two Fijians
By Semi Turaga
Tuesday 12/06/2018
The crash site of the FlySax aircraft crashed killing 10 people including two Fijians in the Aberdare Forest

A team of detectives have started combing through the scene where the ill‑fated FlySax aircraft crashed killing 10 people including two Fijians in the Aberdare Forest.

55‑year‑old Pastor Sakaraia Mataka and his 15-year-old son Paula Tekei were onboard the plane.

Media reports in Kenya say the team coordinated by the National Disaster Management Unit of the National Police Service in Kenya will be seeking to recover the wreckage to conduct technical investigations into what exactly might have caused the crash last Tuesday.


55‑year‑old Pastor Sakaraia Mataka and his 15-year-old son Paula Tekei (far right)

Last week, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority said a probe into the accident was launched immediately the Fly SAX plane was reported missing on Tuesday.

Countries involved in the probe include the United States, Canada and Fiji.

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