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Cessna plane missing from training flight


CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan — A Cessna 152 trainer plane with two crews onboard was reported missing on Tuesday.

Senior Supt. Chito Bersaluna, Bulacan police director, identified the two plane crews as Naveen Naragaja, student pilot, and Capt. Kuldeep Singh and the aircraft owned by Fliteline Aviation that failed to return to the Plaridel Airstrip in Bulacan after a training flight

The aircraft took off from the Plaridel Airstrip around 7:20 am on Tuesday and arrived 31 minutes later at the Subic International Airport and less than an hour later took off again for a flight back to the Plaridel Airstrip and was never heard from it again.

On Wednesday, the Orani, Bataan Police Station reported an alleged plane crash site in Barangay Tala of Mount Natib in Orani town and a joint search and rescue operations composed of the Bataan Police, 24th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army and personnel of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources were dispatched to the said area, Bersaluna said.

As of this writing, the search and rescue teams have not yet confirmed if they found the missing plane. (RONDA Balita Online News)

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RAMON EFREN R. LAZARO of Bocaue, Bulacan was a former anchor and marketing director of Radyo Bulacan -- Ang Radyo ng Bawat Bulakenyo . He was also a former reporter of CLTV36 and Sagip Sierra Madre Environmental Society Inc.. Graduated in Gregorio Araneta University Foundation in BS Agriculture and studied at Mapua Institute of Technology. He is presently a correspondent in Philippine Star and contributor at Mabuhay Newspaper in Bulacan. Currently the President of Philippines Science Journalist - Bulacan Chapter


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