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Two Irish men injured in Czech Republic aircraft collision

The men are believed to have been conducting business in the city.

File image of Prague.
File image of Prague.
Image: Shutterstock/Eyef Dee

TWO IRISH MEN have been seriously injured in an aircraft collision in Prague.

The men, aviation business owners from the midlands, were injured in the collision yesterday.

It is understood that one of the men is in a serious condition and the other has severe injuries including broken bones.

The men are believed to have been conducting business in the city.

The Department of Foreign Affairs is aware of the case and providing consular assistance.

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