7 killed in mysterious plane crash in Colombia
A mysterious small plane crash in Colombia leaves seven dead and three wounded.
The incident occurred minutes after the aircraft, in which nine people were travelling, took off from Popayán airport.
The plane crashed into a house in the Junín neighborhood, in the department of Cauca.
The two surviving passengers are in serious condition, while the third injured, a local child are all taken to the hospital.
The private company Trans-pacífico, owner of the aircraft, is working to identify the victims.
At the moment, the causes of the incident are unknown.
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