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Sabac: Sport aircraft falls on car

14. November 2010. | 07:26

Source: Tanjug, infobiro

Light sport two-seat aircraft fell on a Wolksvagen Golf vehicle near Sabac, west Serbia on Saturday, Radio and Television of Serbia reported.

Light sport two-seat aircraft fell on a Wolksvagen Golf vehicle near Sabac, west Serbia on Saturday, Radio and Television of Serbia reported.

The emergency department in Sabac told Tanjug that the two passengers that were on the car are not injured, while the pilot sustained minor injuries and was released home.

The plane crashed in the village of Klenak near Ruma around 1.40 p.m. when, due to low-altitude flight, hit the car roof and crashed on the field, police in Sremska Mitrovica told Tanjug.

A 49-year old man piloted the aircraft, and an investigation is under way.


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