TRAGEDY STRIKES: Air Force Crash Kills 5-Year-Old Girl

Tragedy struck on Saturday, as an aircraft, or parts of it, struck a car carrying a family, leading to the unfortunate death of a 5-year-old girl.

The aircraft belonged to Italy’s renowned acrobatic air team, the “Frecce Tricolori.” The crash took place during a practice session near the northern city of Turin.

Video footage of the crash captures a formation of nine aircraft arranged in two tight V-formations. However, one of the aircraft descends below the others, ultimately crashing and creating a fireball. In the video, the pilot can be observed ejecting with a parachute just moments before impact within the confines of an airfield perimeter fence.

This incident occurred following takeoff from the Turin Caselle airport, located near the industrial city in northern Italy. Photographs taken after the crash depict the wreckage of the aircraft in a cornfield, along with a burned and overturned car by the side of a road.

Additionally, a 9-year-old child and the parents are undergoing treatment for burn injuries, as indicated by the Italian news agency ANSA. The pilot that managed to eject from the aircraft reportedly suffered burns as well.

The Frecce Tricolori, a team of acrobatic pilots affiliated with the Italian air



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