Police reveal the names of the people who died in the plane crash in Larvik last week

Plane crash LarvikPhoto: Trond Reidar Teigen / NTB
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Instructor Goran Neskovic and students Filip August Müller Frich and Eirik Paulsen died in the plane crash in Larvik last week.

The Southeastern Police District revealed their names in a press release on Tuesday. The police have now received a final autopsy report from Kripos related to the three people who died in the accident on Tuesday last week.

The families have been informed that the names are published.

The 30-year-old instructor Goran Neskovic was from Oslo, the 21-year-old student Filip August Müller Frich was from Dombås, and the 22-year-old student Eirik Paulsen was from Bodø.

The three sat in a small twin-engine Diamond DA42 which belonged to the pilot school Pilot Flight Academy, located in Sandefjord. The plane crashed in a forest area in Larvik just after 9 o’clock on Tuesday last week.

The cause of the accident is not yet known.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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