Four people were killed on Saturday morning after a cargo plane crashed into the sea off Ivory Coast.
The incident happened shortly after the plane took off from Abidjan airport.
It was gathered that rescuer were using rope to pull the wreckage of the turboprop plane toward the beach while a survival was attended to.
It was gathered that the plane was carrying freight for the French army, even though it could immediately be ascertained the cause of the crash.
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However, it was learnt that there was heavy rain, coming down near Port-Bouët when the crash happened.
Reuters revealed that four people had been killed: two bodies were removed from the plane while a further two could be seen in the wreckage.
It was further gathered that 10 people were aboard the plane when Ukrainian-made Antonov crashed.
As rescuers are battling to savage other passengers, it cannot be determined whether they are other survivals apart from the one crew member rescued so far.