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Topic - Eamonn Brennan
A small commuter plane carrying 12 people crashed and flipped on its back Thursday while trying to land in heavy fog at Cork Airport in southwest Ireland, killing six people, police said.
Mr. Brennan said the aircraft was a Fairchild Metroliner, a 19-seat turboprop aircraft manufactured in San Antonio, Texas, in 1992.
He said prevailing winds were weak and not a factor.