Another Cargo Plane In The Lake
For the second time in less than three months, a cargo plane has ended up in the shallow waters of Africa's Lake Victoria. Last Sunday, a DC-10 operated by Dairo Air Services overshot the runway during its approach to the Entebbe International Airport in Uganda, and crashed into the lake. The seven-member Ugandan crew was rescued with only minor injuries. The Ugandan Civil Aviation Authority said the east African nation lacks equipment to salvage the aircraft, which broke in two and sank, and might seek international help. Last February an Arabian B707 ended up in Lake Victoria while trying to land at Mwanza in Tanzania.
I think somebody should teach them how to fly.