Plane Crash kills 6 People Near Mozambique, Zimbabwe Border

By Winifred Bulus

Firefighters look for hotspots in the debris after their team put out a fire at the scene where a small plane crashed into a home in Northglenn, Colo., Monday, May 5, 2014. The plane had been towing an advertising banner and crashed into an unoccupied house in an area north of Denver, setting the plane and the house on fire. The pilot walked away with minor injuries, according to authorities. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

Six people die in plane crash near a border between Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

The plane was reportedly hired by a private joint venture between Mozambique and Dutch called Cornelder.

The victims of the crash were six in number, including two cabin crew members and four executives from Cornelder.

Some reports have it that the cabin crew included a father and son who piloted the plane.

The crash is said to have been caused by bad weather.

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