A South African C130 military transport plane has crash-landed at Goma airport in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Videos on social media show smoke rising from the four-engined aircraft.
However, two sources at the airport, speaking on condition of anonymity, say there did not appear to be major damage to the plane.
The plane was returning from the city of Beni.
It was carrying soldiers. We’ll have more details as they become available.
A South African military C130 used by #MONUSCO crashlanded at Goma Airport in DRC,according to untrusted sources in DRC ,it had an issue with one of the left engine blades,but this is still yet to confirm. Also no information about the situation of the crew…#2020badforaviation pic.twitter.com/wOxeEWCbd9
— Cyril Ndegeya (@CyrilNdegeya) January 9, 2020