Small plane crashes into car while landing in Croatia

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October 13, 2007 19:16

 
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A small plane crashed into a car while landing in windy weather in southern Croatia on Saturday. No one was seriously injured, authorities said. Strong winds pushed the Supercab light aircraft from the airport onto a road as the pilot was landing. "I was really shocked," said Tereza Batur, 21, who was driving her Volkswagen Passat when the plane suddenly hit it from the side. The incident occurred near Sinj, 300 kilometers (190 miles) southwest of Zagreb.

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