Experts Call For Answers Over Fatal Incident
Aviation lawyers at Irwin Mitchell have called on authorities in Majorca to work quickly to investigate a helicopter crash on the island which claimed the lives of two Britons.
Mark Blaver-Mann and Alistair Evans, from Poole, were killed when the Hughes 500 aircraft they were travelling in came down in woodland between Andratx and Estellencs, with the crash also causing a minor forest fire.
Emergency services were sent to the area, known for its mountain views, following the crash. It is believed that Mr Blaver-Mann was piloting the helicopter at the time of the air accident.
Specialist aviation lawyers at Irwin Mitchell who act for the families of those killed in air accidents in the UK and abroad have called for authorities to work thoroughly to determine how this incident came to occur.