Collision between two aircraft in Germany
Pilots died in the crash
The cause of the accident involving a biplane and an ultralight in Germany is still under investigation. A Cirrus SR20 (registrarion: D-EWTG) and a Dallach D-4B Fascination (registration: D-MJEK) collided during the landing near the "Adolf Würth" airport in Schwäbisch Hall at 4:15 pm yesterday.
Police, firefighters and rescuers immediately rushed to the crash site, about 600 meters from the airport, together with a German federal armed forces' helicopter.
Only in the evening the fire that broke out after the impact was put out and the area was secured.
The pilots died in the collision and, according to the public TV "SWR" in contact with the local authorities, at the moment there is no news of casualties on the ground.
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