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Narrative: The airplane came down in a forest during the approach phase of the flight, while attempting to land at Bazan airstrip (LBBZ). The most probable cause was the strong crosswind and the relatively little experience of the pilot (150 hours). Both occupants of the airplane suffered injuries - one (41-year old) suffered a broken arm and the other (52-year old) suffered head trauma.