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Canadian pilot killed in Guyana jungle crash

A Canadian pilot whose single engine plane went down two days ago over Guyana's thick jungle was found dead at the crash site Monday along with a Guyanese co-worker, officials said.

Guyanese special forces found the bodies of Trans Guyana Aviation pilot Blake Slater and cargo loader Dwayne Newton on reaching the aircraft.


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"Both persons on board perished in the crash. The pilot was found in his seat," a statement from the Search and Rescue Coordination Centre said.

Slater reported engine failure shortly after takeoff Saturday from Olive Creek on a shuttle run to Imbaimadai, a gold mining area deep in Guyana's jungle.

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Published on ASDNews: Jan 20, 2014

 

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