Cargo plane crashes in eastern Indonesia
Sep 9, 2011, 12:55 GMT
Jakarta - A cargo plane flown by an Australian pilot and his Slovenian co-pilot crashed in Indonesia's eastern-most province of Papua on Friday, police said.
The plane operated by Jakarta-based Susi Air was carrying food and fuel when it went down in Wamena district about noon, Papuan police spokesman Wachyono said.
The two pilots were the passengers, he said.
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