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Two die in Rome Cessna crash

Six unhurt by car-depot blaze

Two die in Rome Cessna crash

(ANSA) - Rome, September 7 - Two people died after their Cessna aircraft went down near Rome's Ciampino airport on Friday, crashing into an auto depot. Firefighters found the victims' charred remains after arriving at the scene to put out a large fire that had broken out following the crash. The six people working in the depot at the time of the accident managed to escape unhurt before the fire broke out. The plane had started its flight in the northern city of Brescia and was heading to Rome's Urbe airport. Investigators are now trying to establish whether the plane had been following its correct flight path or whether it had been trying to make an emergency landing at Ciampino. The national aviation safety agency ANSV has opened an inquiry into the incident.

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