Flight from Bâle-Mulhouse AD (68) to Saint-Dié AD (88).
A witness, close to the scene of the accident, had his attention drawn by the sound of an aircraft engine that seemed to be flying quite low, though he was unable to see it.
He then heard the noise of an impact a little higher up on the high ground.
The aeroplane collided with the ground with a high nose-down attitude and caught fire on impact.
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