The autopsies of the dead passengers from the aircraft that crashed near the village of Kozle are now complete, reports “Telma“.

The autopsies showed that the passengers were killed very quickly and serious mechanical damage was caused to the bodies from the crash.

Relatives of the dead passengers should arrive in Skopje soon, and DNA analysis will help identify those killed in the accident.

Not only will the Public Prosecution Skopje investigate the plane crash, but also an Italian prosecutor from Treviso will assist in the investigation.

Six people, five men, and one woman were killed in the “Piper” plane accident on September 6 when the aircraft crashed near the airport “Alexander the Great”, near the village of Kozle.