Kenya bush plane crash

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In Kenya on Feb. 13, a Cessna carrying four tourists crashed en route from the Maasai Mara National Reserve to the town of Lodwar, killing all the passengers and the pilot. The passengers were identified as three Americans and one Netherlander. According to the International Air Transport Association, Kenya ranks sixth out of 37 African countries surveyed for air safety.

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In Kenya on Feb. 13, a Cessna carrying four tourists crashed en route from the Maasai Mara National Reserve to the town of Lodwar, killing all the passengers and the pilot. The passengers were identified as three Americans and one Netherlander. According to the International Air Transport Association, Kenya ranks sixth out of 37 African countries surveyed for air safety.