Two Italian air force pilots were killed Tuesday during an exercise when the light aircraft they were flying collided mid-air and crashed to the ground, Italy’s air force said in a statement.
The two U-208 aircraft crashed near the Guidonia military airport, located about 15 miles northeast of Rome. No injuries on the ground were reported.
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One of the planes crashed into a car on a narrow residential street lined with apartment buildings; the other landed in a field.
Premier Giorgia Meloni expressed her condolences to the pilots’ families and colleagues.
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