Two people are reported to have sustained serious injuries after a cargo plane belonging to Silverstone crashed at Mogadishu.
The Dash 8 plane is reported to have developed mechanical problems as it attempted to leave the Aden Adde International Airport.
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Operations at the airport came to a standstill as rescue operation began to assist the staff who had come to deliver a number of items to the African Union Mission, AMISON.
Images from the incident reveal how the plane crashed into a wall around the airport causing serious injuries to the two personnel reported to be pilots.
Officials at the airport disclosed how the plane with Kenyan registration moved round in circles attempting to make an emergency landing skidded of the runaway and into the perimeter wall.
At the time of the incident the Silverstone cargo plane is reported to have had only four crew members with those injured airlifted to Nairobi for specialized treatment.