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Crash Investigator Rules Out Suicide Bid by Pilot

April 25, 2002|From Times Wire Reports

An investigator ruled out the possibility that the pilot whose plane slammed into an Italian skyscraper was trying to commit suicide.

Pilot Luigi Fasulo, 67, and two women who worked in the Pirelli building died in last week's crash in Milan.

"Evidence gathered so far confirms that we can rule out a possibility that it was a suicide," Milan prosecutor Bruna Albertini said. She gave no other details.

Prosecutors have not been able to give a definitive answer to the question of whether technical problems could have led to the crash.

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