Skiathos: Airplane Turbine "blew away" tourist… at sea

Tourists on the island of Skiathos do not seem to take seriously the risk of an accident when landing and especially when taking off planes, but are guided only by curiosity or the desire to make an “amazing shot”.

So, a tourist, located on the island, came running to look at the takeoff. And from my own experience I was convinced that it was impossible to approach aircraft when, due to a powerful stream of air escaping from the turbines, I literally ended up in the sea.

Luckily for her, she escaped injury and the hilarious video quickly went viral.

Obviously, people do not try on the sad experience of others. But in vain.

Only recently, all the media published terrible news: a 21-year-old guy was cut to pieces by a helicopter propeller in Mykonos.

As reported “Athenian News”returning from a vacation in Mykonos, a family from the UK rented 2 Bell 407 helicopters, not even guessing how the flight could end – their son died a terrible death.

An unprecedented tragedy occurred yesterday at 18:20 when a 21-year-old boy got out of a landing helicopter where he was flying with his brother and sister – their parents were in the second Bell 407. Unaware that the propeller was still spinning, the youth headed to the tail of the helicopter and was literally dissected by blades, writes The Sun. The brother of the deceased witnessed a terrible tragedy.

An unprecedented tragedy occurred yesterday at 18:20 when a 21-year-old boy got out of a landing helicopter where he was flying with his brother and sister – their parents were in the second Bell 407. Unaware that the propeller was still spinning, the youth headed to the tail of the helicopter and was literally dissected by blades, writes The Sun. The brother of the deceased witnessed a terrible tragedy.



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