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Published on : Wednesday, November 20, 2013
A small plane crashed Tuesday in France’s central Burgundy region killing at least six people due to heavy fog. The plane broke into pieces when it hit the field, scattering debris over a radius of 300 metres (1,000 feet). The victims were all French. The bodies have not yet been recovered.
The accident took place around 11.30 a.m., when a small business plane connecting Annecy in southeastern France and Toussus-le-Noble in central northern France, crashed near the village of Mouffy.
The single-engine TBM-700 plane was registered in the United States, according to RTL radio, and was flying between Annecy, a tourist destination in the French Alps, and Toussus-le-Noble, a small airport in Paris’s western suburbs.
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