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Plane Crash Cleanup Begins on Corsica Mountain

Ljubljana/Ajaccio, 11 May - A team of 60 experts left for Corsica on Sunday to clean up the site of the biggest accident of a Slovenian airplane in history, which happened as an Inex-Adria's flight crashed into Mt. San Pietro on 1 December 1981. The crash claimed the lives of 173 Slovenian tourists and 7 crew members.

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The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service (centre).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service (left).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service (left).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service (centre).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Miran Bogataj, the chief of the Civil Protection and Rescue Service (left).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Brnik
The group of experts leaving for Corsica, France, to clean up the site of a plane crash in which 178 Slovenians died in 1981.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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