Nazca Lines

October 3, 2010 by staff 

Nazca Lines, The country of Peru has faced another problem after an Air plane crashed into one of their places to kill a few people. According to the latest news of the plane that crashed in the Nazca Lines in Peru, containing six passengers, four of whom were British and the other two were the pilot and copilot. Of the six passengers that no one survived the crash in the Nazca lines. The pilot and copilot were the only Peruvian and the rest were British. According to investigators the Cessna plane crash in which all these six people were traveling had a big problem with the engine that drove the decline in the Nazca Lines.

Police learned of the number of deaths when they reached the place shortly after the accident and one of the officials would not comment on the deaths of British citizens when he heard a call from the British Embassy. Nazca Lines is a big tourist attraction in Peru and many people visit each day. According to media Nazca Lines, which is two hundred forty miles to the southeast of Lima is full of mysterious ancient hieroglyphics. These glyphs are a source of knowledge and historical sites for tourists taking flights to see the glyphs in the sky. Unfortunately no security installations in the Nazca Lines, which could deepen the situation if a plane crash.

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