Nine people died in the Bahamas jet crash, including Myles Munroe, the Bahamian Minister. The plane was trying to land on the Grand Bahamas International Airport in Freeport when it crashed. The accident happened on Sunday night. The passengers who died in the Bahamas jet crash were going to a meeting at the Global Leadership Forum.
The passengers who died in the Bahamas jet crash were aboard a Learjet aircraft when it crashed into the Grand Bahamas Shipyard, while trying to land.
According to local reports, among the victims were Bahamas minister Myles Munroe and his family. The Bahamian pastor, known for his motivational speeches, was on his way to the Global Leadership that was scheduled to take place on Monday. The Forum was hosted by Munroe’s organization called the Bahamas Faith Ministries.
There are photos of the rescuers searching the piles of debris after the Bahamas jet crash, three miles away from the airport. Officials say that the jet exploded on impact while trying to land.
The Bahamian Ministry of Transport and Aviation said that:
“The Department of Civil Aviation has been advised unofficially that the aircraft was destroyed and that there were no survivors.”
The popular Bahamian pastor, Myles Munroe was among the nine passengers who died in the Bahaman jet crash on Sunday night, while trying to land on the Freeport airport.
The private plane crashed around 5 p.m. local time, after leaving Lynden Pundling International airport in the capital of Bahamas, Nassau. The cause of the crash is not known, although some believe one of the reasons could have been the heavy rain.
Myles Munroe published more than one hundred inspirational and spiritual books. The minister was also a business and government consultant for Fortune 500 businesses.
“The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but it’s life without a purpose…without purpose life has no meaning,”
Munroe said in May on a social media profile.
The names of the victims and the cause of the Bahamas jet crash remain undisclosed.
The Global Leadership Forum will be held as scheduled, because it’s
“what Dr. Munroe would have wanted,”
said a spokesperson.