Actor Christian Oliver and Two Daughters Among Four Killed in Caribbean Plane Crash, Cause Remains Under Investigation

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The cause of the Caribbean plane crash that killed Hollywood actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters, Madita Klepser, 10, and Annik Klepser, 12, along with the pilot, Robert Sachs, is not immediately clear. The incident remains under investigation by the authorities in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

The destination of the plane involved in the Caribbean plane crash was St. Lucia. The aircraft had just taken off from J.F. Mitchell Airport and was en route to St. Lucia when it experienced difficulties and crashed into the ocean near Petit Nevis island.

There were no survivors in the Caribbean plane crash that killed Hollywood actor Christian Oliver and his two daughters, Madita Klepser, 10, and Annik Klepser, 12, along with the pilot, Robert Sachs.Β The crash occurred in the waters off Bequia, a small island that’s part of the southern Caribbean nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.Β 

The bodies of all four victims were recovered by the St. Vincent and Grenadines Coast Guard, and the cause of the crash remains under investigation.

The aircraft involved in the Caribbean plane crash that killed Christian Oliver and his two daughters, along with the pilot, was a single-engine plane registered with the FAA as a Bellanca 17-30A Super Viking.

The plane crashed into the waters off a Caribbean island shortly after takeoff from J.F. Mitchell Airport and was headed to nearby St. Lucia when it experienced difficulties and plummeted into the ocean.

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