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jfUELHT DEATH-ROLL. 8- wttaijan Officer Killed, SOUSTH FATAUTY OF THE WEEK. ■p -T t -t ry avMsfcion. vgroundat-CentoseUe, near Rome, to-day En- isgimeer Lieutenant Guiseppe Sagliefti was killed through accident to-his aeropl^wae. The^aviator ,was coming down in a vol plane when the ttnadhine lost its balance. The-aviator felland Ufractured Ms skull and died. Lieutenant Saglietti, when 50ft. from the ground, saw something was wrong and vainly ^endeavoured to lift the equilihrator. When the roplane was quite close to eaa-th the aviator fwas seen trying to get off the saddle, but the tanachine turned over upon him, and he lay Jtburied beneath it. Cries of horror broke from the- spectators, who rushed to the spot. There the lieutenant was -seen under the -acroplani- 'lying face downwards, with his "head forced into the earth. At-the hospital,it "wasdn to fracture of the pelvis. • Italian Officer Killed, SOUSTH FATAUTY OF THE WEEK. ■p Rome,.T hursday.—At the mihtary avMsfcion. vgroundat-CentoseUe, near Rome, to-day En- isgimeer Lieutenant Guiseppe Sagliefti was killed through accident to-his aeropl^wae. The^aviator was coming down in a vol plane when the V*machine lost its balance. The^aviator fell«nd Ufractured Ms skull and died. Lieutenant Saglietti, when 50ft. from the ground, saw something was wrong and vainly ^endeavoured to lift the equilihrator. When the |oeroplane was quite close to eaa-th the aviator fwas seen trying to get off the saddle, but the tanachine turned over upon him, and he lay Jtburied beneath it. Cries of horror broke from the- spectators, who rushed to the spot. There the lieutenant was seen under the 'aeroplane 'lying face downwards, with his "head forced into the earth. At the hospital it was announced' thsrkdeath. I was du^ to fracture of the pelvis. The body was placed in the mortuary of the hospital. There was a touching scene when the lieutenant's wife^nd parents'visited themor- tuary. The Under-Secretary of State for WaTand many officers also visited the morlaary.—, Reuter. This makes the fourth aeroplane fatality this week—one each day—two French, one German, and one Italian milifcai'y officers; having been killed by accidents to aer opta^te^

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