SARAJEVO Five persons, like a few small children, ended up killed in Bosnia on Saturday when a light-weight aircraft they ended up traveling in crashed in close proximity to the southern town of Mostar, law enforcement explained.
The accident occurred at three.50 pm community time (13:50 GMT) and law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics and a prosecutor ended up at the web site of the crash, a law enforcement obligation officer told Reuters.
“Five persons are dead, like a pilot and reportedly a few small children,” the officer explained, including that the aircraft had caught fire and that the fifth target had not but been identified.
Area media described that Mostar airport had organized on Saturday an “Open Doorway Working day” that involved flights earlier mentioned Mostar and airplane-jumps.
(Reporting by Daria Sito-Sucic Modifying by Gareth Jones)