Thomson ReutersMarch 4, 2013 14:15
(Recasts with revised toll)
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo, March 4 (Reuters) - At least five people were killed on Monday when a twin-propeller plane crashed as it tried to land in bad weather in the eastern Congolese town of Goma, the airline said.
CAA, the airline operating the Fokker 50 plane, said five crew members were killed while another was still missing after the crash.
"The (three) passengers were injured but their lives are not threatened," David Blattner CEO of CAA, told Reuters.