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Remote Brazilian tribe finds plane crash survivors alive, delicious
Nine survive Brazil jungle crash

An Indian tribe in Brazil has found at least nine survivors after a plane came down deep in the Amazon jungle, the Brazilian air force says.

Two people - a crew member and a passenger - are as yet unaccounted for.

The plane made a forced landing on the Itui river on Thursday morning. Members of the Matis tribe found the craft the next morning and notified authorities.

The Cessna C-98 Caravan was carrying four crew and seven government medics involved in a vaccination campaign.

The survivors were airlifted to Cruzeiro do Sul in the Brazilian state of Acre, the health ministry said. They were said to be in good condition.

The latest reports from the air force said two people were missing. An earlier statement said one person was believed to have died.

The plane issued a distress signal an hour after it left Cruzeiro do Sul at 0830 local time (1230 GMT) on Thursday.

The air force had dispatched eight planes - including one with thermal sensors - as part of the search effort, but had failed to locate the plane.

By mid-morning on Friday, members of the Matis tribe told the National Indian Foundation (Funai) that they had found the plane "in the middle of the Amazon jungle".

They said it came down on the river between the Matis village of Aurelio and Rio Novo in the Muruga tribal area.

The area is home to a handful of Indian tribes who have little contact with the outside world.

The Cessna was en route to Tabatinga, in the state of Amazonas, when it went missing. The cause of the crash is not known.
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Re: Remote Brazilian tribe finds plane crash survivors alive, delicious
yum yum
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Nine survive Brazil jungle crash

The Cessna C-98 Caravan was carrying four crew and seven government medics involved in a vaccination campaign.

The cause of the crash is not known.
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"The Cessna C-98 Caravan was carrying four crew and seven government medics involved in a vaccination campaign."

Maybe it was a little instant karma for these eugenics monsters.
Throwing more erroneous useless information into the original arguement.
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Lets get it right here...

"Natives find the survivors - delicious."



Are they giving swine flu vaccs to people who never see the outside world?
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10/31/2009 06:19 PM
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Are they giving swine flu vaccs to people who never see the outside world?

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Thats a very interesting point.

It would logically be pointless, can anybody find an answer to this question?

Im actually pro vaccination in a lot of regards, however if they are offering vaccines to natives who have no contact with the outside world it makes me ask a big why?

Smells fishy.
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