Chile Plane Crash

September 5, 2011 by staff 

Chile Plane CrashChile Plane Crash, Chile on Monday returned to the powers of a psychic to find the bodies of 17 people still missing after a military plane crash near the remote island of Robinson Crusoe in the Pacific Ocean.

“We are working with a person who is one of the boats (search),” said Defense Minister Andres Allamand Chile’s national TV in response to a question whether half was involved in recovery efforts.

“Not only are we using all the technological capabilities, but also all human and superhuman abilities that may exist,” he said.

Allamand, who has been on the island since Saturday, said that before, however, tried to lower expectations that all bodies of the victims recover,

“We must prepare for the possibility that we will not find some of the bodies,” said Allamand.

The government of Chile has organized a large search in the waters of the island where the plane crashed Friday night carrying 21 people.

On Sunday, authorities declared two days of national mourning, while only four bodies and a small amount of aircraft wreckage has been found so far.

The search continued Sunday, although the government said there was no hope that anyone survived the crash.

The air force plane had made two unsuccessful attempts to land on the Robinson Crusoe before radio contact was lost.

The victims of the country’s TV personalities known.

Thousands of people attended the state channel TVN to remember every day for morning talk show Camiroaga Felipe, who traveled to the island with a team to report on reconstruction efforts after an earthquake and the tsunami hit last year.

Robinson Crusoe, believed to have been the scene of the famous novel by British author Daniel Defoe’s 18th century, is the main island of Juan Fernandez, who is in the Pacific about 700 kilometers (435 miles) west of the coast of South America.

The Chilean Navy is using sonar equipment to try to locate the fuselage of the aircraft, where authorities believe they may have other accident victims.

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