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Family of Jamaican teacher killed in crash heads to Antigua
2012-10-10 08:48:17 | (0 Comments)
Family members of the Jamaican teacher, who died in a plane crash in Antigua are to travel to that country today, as the probe continues into the incident.
Annya Duncan - Photo.
Annya Duncan was one of three people killed in the plane crash on Sunday.
Her family is expected to meet with the Antiguan authorities.
They say they want answers about the circumstances which led to her death.
Already, some relatives have raised concerns that the plane was allowed to take off during bad weather.
The plane crash is being probed by the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority and the authorities in Antigua with support from members of the UK Air Accident Investigation Branch.
Jamaicaís foreign affairs ministry said it had made contact with the countryís High Commission in Trinidad, who is to seek official confirmation of the details surrounding Duncan's death.
The ministry has also asked the High Commission to assist in the retrieval of Duncanís remains from Antigua.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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