Commemorative Plane Crashes in Italy

Monday, September 13, 2010
By George Hatcher

What: Claudio Rosset Tecnam P92-JS
Where: Cima Tre Scarperi, Dolomiti di Sesto Italy
When: Sept 11 2010
Who: pilot and passenger, both fatalities
Why: The Dobbiaco tourist flight which took off at 11:50 a.m. crashed into the side of a mountain near the village of San Candido, in a remote and difficult to reach location. The wreckage is in a ravine Dolomites of Sesto, the border between Veneto and Alto Adige.. The plane is a complete write off.

Aboard were former deputy mayor of Pordenone Claudio Rosset and his partner Michael Marconi. Rosset had been piloting another plane which crashed in 2001.

The plane is part of the dell’Areroclub fleet.

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