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Victims Of Deadly Plane Crash Off Guadeloupe Identified

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The five people who died when a plane crashed in the sea off Guadeloupe after takeoff have been identified.

Local media identified the deceased as the experienced pilot Patrick Amable and passengers Jean-Gabriel Quillin, Régis Etenna-Rimbon, Frédéric Landrin, and Julien Garcia.

According to RCI.FM, the Piper PA32, had left Terre-de-Haut mid-morning Friday and had already covered a few miles.

However, the online publication reported that the aircraft disappeared from radar around 10 a.m.

Engineers aboard the chartered plane were on a fibre optics maintenance and inspection mission.

They were heading for the island of Marie-Galante, roughly thirty kilometers away.

Divers found the bodies in the plane, about 45 meters beneath the surface of the water.

An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the accident.

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