Three killed in aviation accidents in Alps

Three killed in aviation accidents in Alps

World August 15, 2016 04:12

- Accidents at various air sports last weekend claimed three deadly slaughtering sacrifices in the French Alps. The victims were killed at different places while hang gliding, paragliding and wingsuit-flying, the newspaper Ouest France took stock of the,, black weekend in the mountains '' Sunday.

The first death was a 49-year-old instructor who wanted to teach a student the countries with a hang glider. He fell down near the landing site in the Haute-Savoie.

That evening crashed in the neighboring department of Savoie a 32-year-old man who jumped into a so-called wingsuit off a cliff. What went wrong, is not known. A wingsuit is a special suit that experienced parachutists fly in, then landing with a parachute. At the same place, the 2,000 meter high Dent de l'Arclusaz, arrived three years ago, already a practitioner of the sport to life.
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Sunday was a parapenter elsewhere in the death of unknown cause. Rescuers found the body between the rocks.

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