Sat, Mar 27, 2004
Two Survivors Rescued In Haute-Savoie Region
French search teams have found the
wreckage of a small, single-engine aircraft down in the mountains
of Haute-Savoie, according to local news reports.
The aircraft, whose manufacture and type were not immediately
known, went down shortly before landing Thursday night.
The wreckage was spotted about 10 miles south of Geneva,
Switzerland, where it was supposed to have landed on a flight from
Initial reports say two men and a woman were killed in the
crash. Two other people, including the pilot, were rescued. Their
condition is not yet known.
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