San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of
A CIVIL AVIATION OFFICIAL INVESTIGATES THE SITE OF A SALVADORAN PLANE CRASH.
A civil aviation official investigates the site of a plane that crashed into to houses, in San Jose January 18. The twin-engine plane, operated by the small Costa Rican airline Taxis Aereos, crashed shortly after take-off en route to a Caribbean beach, the Red Cross said. Aircraft was carrying 18 people, from San Jose to the Atlantic coast when it crashed January 16, killing 4 and injuring 14 passengers. Injured in the crash was Former CIA director Stansfield Turner was aboard with his wife, Karen who was killed in the crash.