Survivors Thank God after Congo Plane Crash

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CWN.org - Family members are beginning the funerals for more than 44 people killed when a plane crashed in Goma, a neighborhood in eastern Congo.

The plane ran off the runway and crashed in to a bustling city market.

Most of the 79 people on board survived.

Missonary Barry Mosier was on the plane with his wife and two children.

"For us, inside the plane it was filled with smoke, outside the plane we saw that flames were coming around the plane and we knew that it could blow up, explode at any time," he said. "But, by God's grace we all got out and we are alive, as many of the people were, so we can only say praise God for his goodness to us. We're alive."

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