Incidente aereo in Tunisia: notizie contraddittorie

07 2002

Incidente aereo in Tunisia: notizie contraddittorie

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TUNISI -- Un aereo della Egypt Air ha effettuato un atterraggio d'emergenza vicino Tunisi, a circa sei chilometri di distanza dall’aeroporto internazionale. Una fonte della compagnia di bandiera egiziana ha riferito che tutte le 60 persone che erano a bordo - 55 passeggeri e cinque componenti dell’equipaggio - si sono salvate. Ma l’agenzia di stampa tunisina ha parlato di almeno cinque morti.

Un funzionario dello scalo Tunisi-Cartagine aveva in precedenza reso noto che si trattava di un Boeing 737-500 e che in quel momento sulla zona pioveva e c'era nebbia.

Secondo l’agenzia di stampa tunisina, il pilota aveva lanciato un sos.

Con il contributo di Ap e Reuters

Source by CNN

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