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A plane crash in northern Papua New Guinea has killed 28 people on board, officials have said.
Four people, including the two pilots, survived the crash, witnesses and media reports said.
Investigators said the Airlines PNG Dash-8 was flying from Lae to Madang when it went down in dense forest about 20km south of Madang.
Its spokesman Sid O'Toole said there had been "adverse weather around the area at the time".
Emergency services and a crash investigator have reached the scene of the crash.
Most of the passengers on board the twin-propeller plane were believed to be families travelling to attend a graduation ceremony for Madang university students.
The pilots, from Australia and New Zealand, are believed to be among the four survivors.
Airlines PNG said it had grounded its Dash-8 fleet of 12 aircraft until further notice.
More than 20 planes have crashed since 2000 in Papua New Guinea.
The country's rugged terrain and lack of internal connecting roads make air travel crucial for its six million citizens.
Thankfully there were some survivors. PNG seems to be one of most dangerous places to fly to judging by the amount of crashes there. Adverse weather may be to blame but why do they fly there when they know this? May they all rest in peace.