Plane crashed in Milan, data found in ‘black box’

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(ANSA) – MILAN, NOVEMBER 12 – Some data contained in the so-called ‘black box’ of the Pilatus, the private plane that crashed on the southern outskirts of Milan on October 3, crashing into an empty building, were found and extrapolated today. construction was in progress. A tragedy in which 8 people died, including the Romanian pilot and tycoon Dan Petrescu.

This morning the data traced in the flight recorder was extrapolated, with special software, which had already been taken over in recent weeks by the technological laboratories in Rome of the National Agency for Flight Safety (ANSV), owner of the technical security investigation, which proceeds parallel to that of the adjunct Tiziana Siciliano and prosecutors Mauro Clerici and Paolo Filippini. Now, according to what became known in the Milan prosecutor’s office, those data will have to be analyzed to try to understand the causes of the crash.

Among the hypotheses taken into consideration in the investigations are human error, i.e. a wrong or risky maneuver during a change of course, or an illness of the pilot. However, problems or failures of the Pilatus cannot be ruled out at the moment. The pilot, however, did not issue any specific alarms to the Linate radar room, which he had asked for the route to return to the airport shortly after take-off. (HANDLE).


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