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Passengers and crew dead in Indonesian C-212 crash

Investigators have found an Indonesian Aerospace (IAe) C-212-200 aircraft that crashed in Indonesia's Sumatra island on 29 September.

The aircraft, which was operated by Nusantara Buana Air, was on its way from Medan to Kutacane in northern Sumatra when it crashed around Bohorok, located east of Kutacane.

All 18 passengers and crew died in the accident, said an official with the airline.

The aircraft, with the registration PK-TLF, was manufactured in March 1989 by IAe under license from CASA.

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