On 11 February 2011 a private Beechcraft 95-B55 Baron carrying a family of four and the pilot crashed into a mountain in Val d’Anniviers, Switzerland. The US-manufactured twin engine aircraft which originally left Geneva (Switzerland) and had stopped in Lausanne (Switzerland) was en route to Sion (Switzerland) when it lost radio contact and crashed at an altitude of nearly 3,000m near the border with Italy. Our Aviation team is investigating the accident.
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