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December 10 (SeeNews) - Three Croat citizens died when a Cessna T 303 aircraft owned by Croatian retailer Getro crashed in Slovakia on Monday morning, the Croatian government said.
"The aircraft, for reasons still unknown, fell around a kilometre away from the Bratislava airport, and according to our information it had departed from Zagreb for technical maintenance," Croatia’s Transport Ministry said in a statement.
Croatia's Foreign Ministry confirmed that the victims were Croat citizens but declined information about their identity. All three members of the crew, two pilots and a technician, were killed in the crash, Slovakian news agency SITA reported. Getro also said it has no information about the identity of the victims but said they were not Getro emloyees.
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