Possible fatalities are being reported from a Sudanese aircraft which crashed at the South Sudanese city of Wau.

Images circulating on social media show the empennage of a turboprop aircraft, apparently featuring South Supreme Airlines livery.

Local reports indicate concerns of some 40 fatalities, although none has been directly confirmed. The images show the aircraft’s fuselage completely destroyed.

No registration details of the aircraft have yet been confirmed.

South Supreme, based in Juba, has access to a range of types including Antonov An-26s and An-32s, according to Flight Fleets Analyzer, and has previously used Fokker 50s.

Source: Cirium Dashboard