A British tourist was vacationing in Greece with his parents and three friends when he was hit by a fan after a helicopter ride.
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On July 26, police identified the victim as 22-year-old Jack Fenton, who was said to have flown from the popular holiday island of Mykonos and landed in the town of Spata.
The British newspaper reported that the 22-year-old was the first to disembark from the Bell-407 helicopter, and was about to take a selfie.
– When he moved backwards, he was hit in the head by the small rear propeller of the plane. Police told the newspaper that he died on the spot.
Greek authorities said the pilot and ground engineers were arrested after the accident.
to me Watchman Fenton’s parents were in another helicopter, near the back.
The parents were reportedly unaware of the tragedy as their pilots were alerted and diverted to Athens International Airport.
Fenton’s remains were taken to the state mortuary for postmortem examination, and an investigation is now under way to determine the cause of the accident.
Superior Air was quoted as saying that safety protocols were followed when the helicopter landed in Athens.
Greek newspaper proto theme He said the landing crew directed the passengers out of the plane, but that Fenton, the first to get off the plane, unexpectedly turned back and walked toward the helicopter while the engines were still moving.
The pilot, who has not been named, may be charged with premeditated murder.
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCDO) reports BBC News They support the Fenton family.
– We are in shock because we just learned of this incident. His employer, the Ball Street Network in London, says our love and thoughts go to Jack’s family and friends, according to the BBC.
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