Plane Loaded with Drugs Crashes in Costa Rica | Manila Bulletin: "Costa Rica's security authorities said Sunday that a light plane with two people aboard and loaded with drug crashed near Torres River, west of San Jose.
The Costa Rica's Public Security Ministry said that it was a Guatemalan light plane with some 100 kilograms of cocaine.
Director of Public Forces' Air Sections, Oldemar Madrigal told a local radio station that the plane had two Guatemalan people aboard, the pilot and copilot, who survived and were taken to a hospital in San Jose.
According to Madrigal, the drug packs were hidden in the engine and were meant to be taken to Aurora region in Guatemala.
Madrigal added that the plane had a four-hour flight schedule but it had fueled for six hours flying"