Light aircraft crashes and catches glow in northern Italy, murdering one

The pilot, 70-year-old Renato Pasotti, from Brescia, was drifting towards Lombardy when a craft fell to a belligerent in a hilly area of  Castelgoberto, northwest of Vicenza.

Fire fighters, military and doctors arrived during a stage and put out a fire, though were incompetent to save Pasotti.

The means of a occurrence is not nonetheless clear, Italy’s glow use said, and conjunction technical disaster nor a remarkable illness on a partial of a commander have been ruled out. The craft was a Skyleader 200, a two-seat steel aircraft used for both recreational drifting and special operations.

The continue conditions in a area when a pile-up happened during around 5pm were mild.

Fire fighters examine a wreckage. Photo: Vigili di Fuoco

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