One dead and three injured in plane collision in Venezuela
Three members of the crew were able to eject themselves from the planes. The victims were taken to a nearby hospital. The two planes belong to the Venezuelan Air Force
Apparently, three members of the crew were able to eject themselves from the planes, but another one did not make it and died on fire. His remains are located inside what was left of the plane.
The injured were taken to a nearby hospital in Maracay, capital of Aragua state.
The accident occurred during a training session in preparation for an aviation parade to take place within a few days to celebrate Aviation Day.
With reporting by Arnaldo Oca
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