By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 07 Jun 2011 • 8:12
Spanish airport authority AENA has confirmed that four people have been killed after two light aircraft crashed in Northern Spain yesterday. The aircraft departed San Sebastian airport and crashed in the Asturias region where rain and thick fog could have been a factor in the crash, however the exact cause has not been established at this time.
The first plane crashed into an airport car park at Asturias airport and the second into a hillside region nearby.
Each plane had two passengers onboard and they were believed to be heading for Vilar de la Luz in Portugal.
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