Inquest regarding deaths of four British tourists at Nazca lines in October 2010

Posted on September 28, 2011 • Filed under: Latin America, Tourists Killed

An inquest is to be held into the deaths of four British tourists, including two from the South East, killed in a light aircraft crash in Peru. Gayle Callow, 34, Andrew Brown, 30, Alastair Rowe and Warren Denham were killed when their Cessna plane came down in a field near the centuries-old Nazca Lines markings on October 2 last year. The plane is thought to have suffered engine trouble after taking off from the local Maria Reiche airport. Read Article

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