Four people escaped death by a whisker after a light aircraft they had boarded to Amboseli National Park has crash-landed at Mashuru area in Kajiado County.
It is not clear what caused the mishap that rocked the plane ferrying three tourists on Thursday, January 16.
The pilot and the three passengers suffered minor bruises.
Gotta.news has established the plane belongs to Yellow Wings Air Services Limited and was being flown by Peter Almendinger at the time of the incident.
A light aircraft crash-lands at Mashuru, Kajiado County; three tourists and pilot sustain minor injuries. pic.twitter.com/m6punOW6YU
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The tourists were identified as Russell, Paris and Susan, Daily Nation reported.
Mashuru Sub-County Deputy Commissioner Stephen Nyakundi said the passengers and the pilot were in good spirits.
Nyakundi said authorities are seeking an alternative form of transport for the tourists.
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