In Summary
  • He called for patience as the officers continue with the operation.
  • However, journalists were locked outside the Lake Nakuru National Park entrance.
  • Rift valley Regional Coordinator Wanyama Musiambo said they needed to confirm what had been located before informing the public.

The National Disaster Operation Centre Desk Officer Jonathan Mr Kertich has said that divers taking part in the search for three remaining bodies in the Lake Nakuru helicopter crash have located something believed to be the chopper.

Mr Kertich Friday said divers brought with them parts that are believed to be those of the chopper.

"The parts are highly likely to be [those] of the chopper but we have to be sure because there is a time we had an equipment that turned out to be something else," said Mr Kertich.

He said the divers had gone back to the water with experts to confirm what they saw.

Lake Nakuru

Parts of the chopper wreckage recovered from Lake Nakuru on November 17, 2017. PHOTO | LAMECH WILLY | NATION MEDIA GROUP


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