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The South Sudan plane crash which was amazingly survived by a baby and the man holding her, was of a cargo plane carrying more than 30 unauthorized passengers, the only adult survivor of the crash said Saturday.The Soviet-built Antonov AN-12 had taken off from South Sudan's capital, Juba, on Thursday and was headed for the Paloich oil fields with a crew of six when it crashed, according to South Sudan's Civil Aviation Authority. Wuor Arop told The Associated Press from his hospital bed where he was recovering with limbs broken in six places and a head injury that the plane carried more than 30 passengers.Shortly after takeoff other passengers started shouting that the plane was crashing, said Arop.There are no commercial passenger flights to Paloich and roads are impassable due to South Sudan's civil war and rainy season.Warikozi said they have not found a passenger manifest.
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