In the collision of two helicopters in Argentina ten people were killed, including the champion of the Olympic games 2012 swimming Camille muffat, bronze medalist at the 2008 Games boxer Alexis WESTIN and yachtsmen Florence Artaud.
All of France mourns the tragedy in Argentina that claimed the lives of eight French nationals, including champion of the Olympic games 2012 swimming Camille muffat, bronze medalist-2008 boxer Alexis Vastine and yachtswoman Florence Arto, said French Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
On Tuesday, the Elysee Palace confirmed the death of eight French citizens in Argentina. Among the victims of the crash — Lauren French Zbasnik, Lucy Mei Dalby, Volodya Hiner, Brice Guilbert, Edward Gilles, as well as pilots-Argentines Juan Carlos Castillo and Roberto abate.
“This tragedy has caused immense pain. All France is in mourning this morning. Condolences to the families of the victims,” wrote the Waltz in the microblog in Twitter.
Argentine: peine immense devant ce drame. C’est toute la France qui est en deuil ce matin. Soutien aux familles des victimes. MV
— Manuel Valls (@manuelvalls) 10 March 2015
The incident occurred in the village Villa Castelli, located 300 kilometers from the provincial capital. According to the head of Department of security of the province of Cesar Angulo, killed at least ten people. The government later clarified that it is about eight French and two Argentines-pilots. On Board the crashed helicopter were involved in the shoot of the reality show about survival in difficult conditions.