Ultralight crash in Nettuno, dead swimmers Lombini and Rossetti – Il Tempo

ROME (ITALPRESS) – Tragedy for blue swimming. An ultralight plane crashed shortly after take-off at the Crazy Fly flight school in Nettuno (Rm), in via Avezzano. The two people on board died: they are two swimmers, the 22 year old Fabio Lombini from Forlì (In Sport-Vigili del Fuoco, photo deepblumedia.eu Fin website) and the 23 year old Roman Giole Rossetti (Aurelia Nuoto) who seems to have been driving. According to reports from the firefighters, the plane would have crashed after take-off and would have caught fire for reasons to be ascertained. Lombini, silver at the 2017 absolute winter championships in the 200 freestyle in 1’44 ″ 60 behind Filippo Megli and ahead of Filippo Magnini, former national at the Taipei Universiade and at the European short-tank championships in Copenhagen in 2017, was holding a collegiate training at the federal center of Ostia followed by the technical manager Stefano Morini and accompanied by his coach Alessandro Resch.
“The Federation, shocked and astonished, expresses its heartfelt condolences to family, friends and society to which it belongs”, underlines Fin who expresses her condolences for the disappearance of Fabio Lombini and Giole Rossetti. “May the sentiments of condolence from President Paolo Barelli, honorary presidents Lorenzo Ravina and Salvatore Montella, vice presidents Andrea Pieri, Francesco Postiglione and Teresa Frassinetti, the general secretary Antonello Panza, the council and the federal offices, the director reach all of them technician of the national swimming team Cesare Butini and of the whole aquatic movement “.