The bodies of those who died in the helicopter crash in Italy are brought to Turkey

The helicopter, which took off with 7 people, 4 of whom were Turkish, on 9 June to go to Treviso from Lucca, Italy, disappeared from the radar after a while.

It was learned that 7 people, including 4 Turks, lost their lives in the helicopter, the wreckage of which was reached in the Apennine Mountains between Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna regions.

According to the news in Haber Global, the bodies of 4 Turks who died will be brought to Istanbul this evening.

There were 4 executives of Eczacıbaşı Holding, 2 Lebanese citizens and Italian pilot Corrado Levorin in the helicopter. It has been reported that the Italian National Flight Safety Agency (ANSV) launched an investigation into the accident of the A119 Koala type helicopter on 9 June.

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