Two pilots, 33-year-old Oyit Ajack and 25-year-old Bhadresh Kadiwar have died after an air crash on a farm close to Gqeberha on 25 June.
The NSRI EOC (Emergency Operations Centre) was alerted by the Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre (ARCC) of a light-weight plane overdue at a Gqeberha airfield throughout a flight from Kenton-On-Sea.
Police K9 Search and Rescue, Police divers, NSRI Gqeberha, Japanese Cape EMS, volunteer medics from Port Alfred, SA Nationwide Parks rangers, and The Mountain Membership of South Africa had been all concerned within the search operation that went on by means of the evening.
The airplane was later discovered on a farm within the Kinkelbos space. Police have opened an inquest docket and the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) has launched an investigation.
A memorial service might be held for Ajack and Kadiwar on the Algeo Flying Membership on 29 June.
Image: Algoa Flying Membership
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