Saturday 3 June 2023

False Alarm Reported Fallen Plane in Tamarindo

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Several units of the Bomberos (Fire Department) and Cruz Roja (Red Cross) raced to locate a small plane reported fallen in the area of Tamarindo, Guanacaste, this Tuesday afternoon.

Apparently, the 9-1-1 service received a call of a small aircraft falling quickly from the sky.

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Authorities followed up on the report and ruled the incident, a kilometer from the Santa Rosa intersection, diagonal to the Educarte Center, as a false alarm.

Source: Guananoticias

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