The Britten Norman 2 plane, which was carrying organ retrieval staff, came down on 20 January in thick fog at 1,400 m (4,600 ft) in the Apuseni Mountains during a flight from Bucharest, Hungary, to western Romania. The emergency services did not reach the site until seven hours after the crash. By the time they arrived, two of the seven passengers, pilot Adrian Iovan and medical student Aurelia Ion, had already died due to hypothermia and severe injuries.
Fw Down In Romania, 2 Dead
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