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Plane crash leaves six dead in Ireland
10 February
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Ireland: Six people have died and six others were injured after a plane crashed in fog at Cork Airport.

The turbo prop aircraft with 10 passengers and two crew was travelling from George Best Belfast City Airport. It crash landed on runway 17 at Cork on the third attempt to land at 9.51am.

A spokesman for George Best Belfast City Airport said: "We can confirm that the Manx 2 aircraft was scheduled to leave Belfast City Airport en route to Cork, flight number NM 7100. It left here at 0812 this morning with 10 passengers and two crew on board. We understand there has been an incident at Cork airport involving this aircraft."

Fire crews and police from across the city and county were drafted in to support the rescue efforts. The main road leading to the airport was closed to give emergency services quick access.

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