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Inquiry into the causes of plane crash during air show in Venezuela

Venezuela's Communication and Information Minister Ernesto Villegas said the pilots were not injured

EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday November 28, 2012  02:59 PM
Venezuela's Communication and Information Minister Ernesto Villegas informed that an inquiry is already in place to determine the causes of the crash of a military plane (K-8 made in China) on Tuesday during the celebration of the Military Aviation Day held at Libertador Air Force Base, located in Palo Negro, northern Venezuela.

The minister added that the pilots were not harmed during the accident. 

"Unfortunately, we had some inconveniences with one plane, the K-8. We must establish a difference between these planes and the Y-8. The latter was recently bought from China," the Minister said to radio station Unión Radio.
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