In a little aviation accident that occurred in Croatia, two passengers from Austria and a pilot from Serbia were wounded. According to reports from Croatian media, the plane went down as it was conducting a sightseeing tour over the island of Bra on Tuesday morning. A military helicopter took the people inside to the hospital in Split, where they were treated for their injuries. According to the reports of the Hina news agency, a commander of the fire department said that “all three victims are out of danger.” According to reports, the single-engine aircraft took off from Bra Airport. The aircraft went down on the southern coast of the island, in the vicinity of the Blaca Monastery.
A call from an airplane’s emergency system
The alarm was sent to flight control at around 9:30 in the morning in Croatia. The head of the fire department said that one of the detainees had voluntarily reported themselves. The incident took place at a location that was tough to get to. In addition, the search for the wreck included the deployment of a drone. After the alarm was first raised, the rescue crews arrived at the scene of the accident about one hour later. Consciousness was present in each of the three inhabitants.
According to the reports in the media, they were outside of the accident. Just before the collision, the aircraft reportedly made an odd sound and was flying at an unusually low and sluggish altitude, as stated by an eyewitness. “The engine seemed to have some kind of problem. “It produced a peculiar noise as if something was going to shatter,” a guard at the monastery museum told the local daily Slobodna Dalmacija. “You could hear it rustling.”