January 21, 2014

Cluj air crash victims died of hypothermia, traumatic shock
Jan 21, 2014

Cluj air crash victims died of hypothermia, traumatic shock.
Following the crash of an aircraft Monday afternoon in the Apuseni Mountains (northwestern Romania), two people have died: the cause of death of pilot Adrian Iovan is traumatic shock combined with hypothermia, and resident doctor Aurelia Ion lost her life because of hypothermia combined with respiratory disorders, caused by a trauma, reveal the results of the autopsy conducted by the Alba Forensic Medical Service.
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