Student Pilot Crash in Settebagni Italy

Saturday, February 2, 2013
By George Hatcher


On Feb 1 2013 in Settebagni Italy, an Aerotech Cessna FRA150 en route from Roma-Urbe Airport attempted an emergency landing near a runway at the flight school, made a forced landing and flipped. The National Agency for Flight Safety L’Agenzia nazionale per la sicurezza del volo (ANSV) is investigating the forced landing.

The two aboard the plane, the instructor and a student pilot were injured near Ring Road and the exit in Fiano Romano.

The plane sustained extensive damage.

The instructor and student were hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries at 118 al Sant’Andrea for a lumbar trauma and trauma to the shoulder.

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