[Net-Gold] Rescuers Spot Wreckage of Crashed Plane

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[Net-Gold] Rescuers Spot Wreckage of Crashed Plane

David P. Dillard


Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2009 03:24:47 -0700 (PDT)
From: St.Clair Marshall <[hidden email]>
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Subject: [Net-Gold] Rescuers Spot Wreckage of Crashed Plane


Rescuers Spot Wreckage of Crashed Plane

* Story Highlights

* NEW: 66 French passengers aboard; most
on plane are Comoran

* Crash occurs as plane tries to land at
airport, official says

* Reconnaissance craft spots traces of plane,
bodies off Comoros

* Plane crashes in Indian Ocean near Comoros,
official says

CNN News

(CNN) -- Search teams have spotted the wreckage
of a Yemeni jet that crashed  in the Indian Ocean
off the island nation of Comoros.

A reconnaissance plane spotted traces of the jet
in waters off the town of Mitsamiouli, Comoros
Vice President Idi Nadhoim said Tuesday.

"There were no sign of survivors," he said.
"There are a few bodies floating and there is a
lot of debris floating around."

The crash took place as the plane approached the
Hahaya airport in Moroni. The plane tried but
failed to land and then performed a U-turn
before it crashed, Nadhoim said. Officials did not
know why the plane could not land, he said.


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Clayton Marshall
One Love Group
[hidden email]
1-Love Philanthropy

Philadelphia Sports Training
invites you to 1st Annual 1-Love Sports Tournament
(August 08,


I want to invite you to our 1st community based
event for the 1-Love Group First Annual Sports
Tournament and Battle of the Choirs on August 8th
at Wissonoming Park, sponsored in part by Keystone
Mercy and organized by Philadelphia Sports Training
Center.This will be an exciting fun-filled family
day of entertainment and sports ending the summer
but bringing together the community through a common
denominator.  There will be 3-on-3 basketball
competition, slow pitch Softball

Tournament, and the Battle of the Choirs, along with
Family games, food, and vendors galore.

Wissonoming Park is not only walking distance from the
Frankford Transporation Center north on Frankford Avenue,
but it can be reached through frequent service on the
SEPTA route 66 trackless trolley and select runs of
Route 26.