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Twinitig dead in crash of plane from the Second world War in Switzerland

In the crash of a oldtimervliegtuig in the Swiss Alps, Saturday, 20 people to the life to come. The passengers were all Swiss.

The plane crashed Saturday down in the canton of Graubünden, on the west flank of the mountain Piz Segnas, at a height of 2.540 m. The downed aircraft was a Junkers Ju-52, the year of construction 1939, as shared with the company Ju-Air specialized in belevingsvluchten’. The plane has space for 17 passengers and three crew members. At a press conference Sunday confirmed to the police that there are no survivors were.

Ju-Air is an association of friends of the Swiss air force (VFL), which in 1981 three waste Ju-52’s took over. The aircraft are used for sightseeing flights in the Alps.

Earlier Saturday crashed in Switzerland, in the near Hergiswil, about 10 kilometers south of Lucerne, even though a plane down. A family with two children, came to life.

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