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The massacre of Cermis... to not forget

Rome, Italy - In remembrance of the 20 victims

On 3 February 1998, an EA-6B Prowler, an electronic warfare (anti-radar) aircraft belonging to the U.S. Marines, piloted by Captain Richard J. Ashby, left from Aviano Base, struck a cable supporting a gondola in Cavalese. The cable was severed and 20 people in the cabin, all of European nationalities, plunged over 80 metres to their deaths. The plane had wing and tail damage but was able to return...

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency - 73494

AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency