terça-feira, agosto 16, 2005

Andam a cair aviões

Pode ser coincidencia, mas.. Já são acidentes demais este mês não?!
Dia 7 cai um avião no mar da Sicília, há uns dias atrás ( 14 de Agosto) cai um avião do Chipre na Grécia , que vitimou 121 pessoas, Ainda caiu hoje (16 de Agosto) um avião na Venezuela causando 161 vítimas, também caiu um helicoptero no Afeganistão matando 17 militares espanhóis (mas esse talvez tenha sido abatido e poderia não ter sido acidente, é uma zona de guerra).
Será que vamos ter mais? Agosto ainda não terminou...
Actualização: dia 23-8-2005, Afinal acertei, Agosto não terminou e tivémos mais.
Despenha-se avião no Peru, morreram 40 pessoas. Companhaia aérea TANS.
Já é o 4º acidente este mês com aviões civis (não contando aquele "acidente" com o helicoptero militar no Afeganistão).
Agosto é o mês "negro" na aviação?

6 comentários:

Anónimo disse...

esqueceste daquele no canada da airfrance em que nao morreu nimguem. Os acidentes de aviôes acontecem todos os dias, mas so alguns são noticiados.

Anónimo disse...

Andarão a matar neles?

silvio disse...

Sim acontecem todos os dias :-) mas este mês de Agosto está a bater os records...
Eu tive sorte, fui ao Luxemburgo, fiz paragem em Frankfurt, portanto ida-e-volta fiz 4 viagens de avião, ao regressar a Lisboa o gajo aterrou meio abruptamente, mas correu tudo ok.
No dia seguinte vi a noticia do avião que caiu em Sicília, após iso cairam mais três..

mariaafonsosancho disse...

E por cá senti-me humilhada por o simbolo do meu amado Portugal, que é o nosso PR, ter estado a dar medalhas a 3 mal educados (um mostrou algum respeito), que estaveram na cerimónia com um ar do mais arrogante e tonto/inculto que alguma vez vi.

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silvio disse...

shawnfrie9758
que comentario é esse?
whats the point about it?