$10M House for Plane Crash Victim almost complete


 [www.inewsguyana.com] – A three bedroom building for Florence Tyndall, a 69 – year – old woman whose previous home in Plaisance, East Coast Demerara turned to rubble when an aircraft crashed into it last year is 70 percent completed.

homeThe Ministry of Public Works (MPW) is shouldering the cost which is excess of $10M, disclosed Howard Samaroo, the Ministry’s Chief Building Engineer.

Andre Howard construction Service won the bid to execute the contract. The one storey building is expected to be completed in April 2014.

On April, 13, 2013, an American registered aircraft, a twin-engine Piper Aztec with registration number N27-FT, was on a technical survey mission for the Amaila Falls Access Road when it slammed into Mrs. Tyndall’s residence.

Mrs. Tyndall escaped injuries because she was at the back of the house preparing for church when the plane landed on the front of the building.

The two individuals on board the aircraft perished.




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