Rescuers have found the wreckage of a crashed plane carrying an Australian mining tycoon and other executives, with ten bodies found so far, Cameroonian and Congolese officials said. The plane carrying 11 people including tycoon Ken Talbot and the entire board of the Sundance Resources mining company went missing over the jungle Saturday on a flight from Yaounde, Cameroon’s capital, to Yangadou in Congo-Brazzaville. “Ten bodies have been taken out of the wreckage. The search is continuing for the last,” Alphonse Pepa of the Congolese Transport and Civil Aviation ministry told AFP. “The decision on where the bodies will be taken will be made tomorrow (Tuesday),” he said. Australia’s Foreign Minister Stephen Smith has warned that retrieving the bodies could be “regrettably painstaking” after a chartered twin turboprop went down in Congo’s thick jungle at the weekend. The deaths of so many key people from Sundance Resources has left the mining company in crisis. Congolese civil aviation chief Michel Ambendet said the plane had been found at Dima, an area around 30 kilometres (20 miles) from Yangadou. Six Australians, two British, two French and one US national were on the twin turboprop Casa C212 plane, which had been chartered by…
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