A dustbin lorry came off the road and was left dangling over a drop in Salobreña on Thursday the 22nd of last month.
One week after the news of the Spanish helicopter accident taking place and one whole week of desperate hope, the bodies of the three crew were found inside the wreckage on the seabed.
Despite the Minister of Defence’s assertion that the crew from the crashed Super Puma had been rescued by a Moroccan fishing boat, nobody has any idea where they are. Consequently the search has restarted.
Around 13.00h today a Spanish military transport aircraft – an Airbus A400M – came down just outside the provincial airport of San Pablo near Sevilla.
The two occupants were killed when a helicopter loaded with hashish crashed into a pylon whilst attempting to evade the Guardia Civil.
At 14.00h today, the 24th of August the Guardia Civil issued an official press release to say that they had lost one of their helicopters during the morning.