Rescue Teams Found 4 Bodies After Plane Crash Off Iceland Beach

Rescue Teams Found 4 Bodies After Plane Crash Off Iceland Beach
FILE -- U.S. Army explosive ordnance disposal technicians, based in Grafenwoehr, Germany, load onto an Icelandic AS332 Super Puma helicopter Oct. 6, 2011, during the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s annual EOD exercise “Northern Challenge” which was hosted by the Icelandic Coast Guard at Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland. (Frank Sanchez/U.S. Army)

REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — Deliverance brigades in Iceland located the bodies of all four inhabitants of a small aeroplane that crashed into a lake while carrying excursionists from the United States, the Netherlands and Belgium on a sightseeing trip. 


 The Cessna 172 was discovered in Lake Thingvallavatn, Iceland's alternate-largest, at around 11p.m. original time on Friday, the Icelandic Coast Guard said in a statement. The aircraft was plant in a portion of the lake about 30 country miles east of Reykjavik. 

 Further than members of Iceland’s Hunt and Deliverance association, along with boats, divers and two Icelandic Coast Guard copters, had trolled the Thingvellir National Park area in harsh downtime rainfall for the aeroplane. 

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 The Cessna 172 aeroplane took off from the domestic field in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavik, on Thursday, for a listed two-hour sightseeing stint. It last made contact with aeronautics authorities about an hour latterly. It didn't shoot a torture signal. 

The airman, Haraldur Diego, 49, was considered one of Iceland’s most prominent fliers and a colonist of photography tenures. 

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