MADRID, 16 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) -
A five-year-old girl died this Saturday from the impact of a plane from the Frecce Tricolori (Tricolor Arrows) aerobatic squadron of the Italian Air Force that was participating in an exhibition at the Turin Aero Club in Caselle, north of Turin.
The girl's nine-year-old brother has been seriously injured by burns that have affected his entire body. Their parents and the pilot are also injured, but their lives are not in danger, reports the Italian news agency AGI.
The child is hospitalized at the Queen Margaret Hospital and the mother has been transferred to the Orthopedic Trauma Center of Turin. The father is in the San Giovanni Bosco Hospital, as is the pilot, who managed to jump out of the plane before it crashed.
On September 16 and 17, the Aero Club of Turin had planned an aeronautical exhibition to mark the centenary of the Italian Air Force. The accident has caused the suspension of the exhibitions.