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Kenya Airways reported that 29 bodies had been recovered from the crash site, while reports from Cameroon claimed that over 40 had been recovered. Workers reported that the bodies were "badly disfigured" and that identification would be difficult. Heavy rains in the area continued to hamper all efforts.  Passengers and crew [ edit]
On 10 April 2006, a Kenya Air Force Harbin Y-12 crashed in Marsabit County in Kenya as it approached the Marsabit air strip. The crash killed 14 passengers, including a number of politicians.  Background [ edit] The flight to the region was to mediate in a feud between rival communities at the Ethiopia–Kenya border.  Victims [ edit]
(March 2022) This is a dynamic listand may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by adding missing itemswith reliable sources. This list of accidents and incidents involving commercial aircraftincludes notable events that have a corresponding Wikipedia article.
August 1 – A Bell 206B news helicopter piloted by Francis Gary Powers crashed in a park near Encino, Los Angeles due to fuel starvation. 1979. August 2 – Cessna 501, N15NY. Thurman Munson, catcher for the New York Yankees, died in a crash of his personal jet while practicing touch-and-go landings at Akron-Canton Regional Airport.
On 20 November 1974, the Boeing 747-130 that was operating as Flight 540 was carrying 157 people (140 passengers and 17 crew members) crashed and caught fire shortly after taking off from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi for the last leg of the flight, resulting in the deaths of 55 passengers and 4 crew members.
On 15 January 2023, the aircraft being operated on the route, an ATR 72 flown by Yeti Airlines, crashed while landing at Pokhara, killing all 72 occupants on board. It is the deadliest accident involving an ATR 72. Accident [ edit] External video Last moments of Flight 691, filmed from the ground. 
Following the crash of Flight 431, controllers in Abidjan quickly activated the crash siren. An alert was issued to Ivory Coast Air Force, Ivory Coast Fire and Rescue Service, airport officials and French gendarmerie stationed at the airport. French firemen arrived at the beach on 21:15 GMT.