The memo regarding a plane crash in the western Apuseni Mountains on Monday, in which two people were killed, that the Government made public on Wednesday reveals that atypical action was taken in the search and rescue operations as compared to the standard procedure and the institutions involved had available data and information supplied by the injured from the crash site, therefore there was no portfolio of checked information.
'The institutions involved in the search and rescue process had available data and information supplied by the injured from the crash site, therefore there was no portfolio of checked information that should have allowed a more correct evaluation of the exact site where the plane crashed. Consequently, atypical action was taken as compared to standard procedure', says the memo that the Government sent the news media.
The document also explains what ?the standard operational procedure' in such cases is and also the concrete manner in which action was taken in the concerned case.
The memo contains information about the plane, mission and crew and shows the succession of events and the conclusions of the conducted analysis.AGERPRES