There were also two U.S. missionaries reportedly killed in a private plane crash in Haiti on Friday, killing six people.
The flight landed after taking off from the country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, to Jacmel on the south coast, after taking off at 7pm local time, Haiti reported.
The flight usually takes an hour.
The Gospel, which was delivered to Haiti, USA, pointed out that the Americans on Facebook were 35-year-old Trent Hostetler and 43-year-old John Miller, the Hostets’ wife and children had previously flown. Miller was from Wisconsin, according to a Facebook post; It was unknown where the hosts came from.
The remaining four reporters were not publicly identified.
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“There was no room for everyone on the first flight, so Erika [Hostetler] and their 3 children flew to Trent with other friends who had visited Haiti [Hostetler] and John [Miller] They were to arrive on another small plane soon, “he wrote in the Gospel of Haiti. When the 2nd plane didn’t show up, they were very worried and soon heard that the plane had crashed near Leogane. “
They said a search team found the remains Saturday morning and confirmed there were no survivors.
“Because of the political unrest in Haiti, gang violence, and the like, they would take this little plane to Jacqueline, where they would meet other families,” said Darwin Hostetler, also Trent’s cousin, who was on the mission. said the Miami Herald. “They flew to Jacqueline and then met our missionaries who were taking them to Petit Gov.”
Darwin Hostetler says Miller has a wife and seven children.
The cause of the crash has not been determined, AFP reported. Although Hurricane Elsa was approaching, officials did not rule out the possibility of bad weather.
The hosts told the Herald that the plane had flown into the mountains.
A single-engine aircraft is registered in South Florida Messenger reported.