Cork plane crash: IAA says visibility was low


A small plane travelling from Belfast has crashed in fog at Cork Airport with at least six passengers understood to have been killed with six more injured.

Donie Mooney from the Ireland Aviation Authority spoke to the BBC and said visibility was so low that air traffic controllers could only hear the crash, but could not see it.

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