BOGOTA, Colombia — Authorities said Monday they have located a Canadian-registered aircraft that crashed high in the Andes in northeast Colombia. Two people aboard, both Canadians, were killed.
It’s not clear what led to the accident involving the plane, whose registry matches one belonging to Regina, Saskatchewan-based Oracle Geoscience International, which provides aerial survey services to the mining industry.
Civil aviation authority spokesman Uriel Bedoya Correa identified the victims as Peter Moore, a co-founder of the company, and Ribeiro Neville, who was registered as the plane’s pilot.
With files From National Post