Crash


Crash

Relatives of the 11 passengers who died when two Albatross aircraft flew into a mountain near Tzaneen after an airshow in August face a massive courtroom battle for compensation for the loss of their loved ones. The tragedy has now become a quagmire of legal technicalities when reading through the clauses in the two insurance policies. One clause covers the pilot even if he breaks every law.

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