Two Frenchmen die in Samburu plane crash

March 14, 2016 5:23 pm
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They were aboard a plane that went down within Sera conservancy in Sereolipi area of Samburu East, just a kilometre from Kaura airstrip, according to acting area police chief Jackson Mulupi/XINHUA-File
They were aboard a plane that went down within Sera conservancy in Sereolipi area of Samburu East, just a kilometre from Kaura airstrip, according to acting area police chief Jackson Mulupi/XINHUA-File
NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 14 – Two French nationals were killed in a plane crash that occurred in Samburu East on Monday morning.

Police identified them as Creisson Pierre Michel Christian, 53, and Barbier Thiery Fredrick William aged 56.

They were aboard a plane that went down within Sera conservancy in Sereolipi area of Samburu East, just a kilometre from Kaura airstrip, according to acting area police chief Jackson Mulupi.

“We received the information from the public that a plane had crashed in the area and later confirmed it to be true,” he said adding, “their bodies have been flown to Nairobi.

Police said they were yet to establish the occupation of the deceased persons, but believe they might have been photographers.

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