This morning two F-5 Tiger aircraft touched each other during Patrouille Suisse training in the Baar/Zug area.
During training for the display at the Federal Yodelling Festival in Zug next weekend, two F-5 Tiger aircraft touched each other in the air.
The nose of an F-5 Tiger broke off and hit the facade of a house. The impact also shattered the windows of the house and one person was slightly injured by the broken glass.
When the two aircraft touched, the brake parachute of one aircraft was deployed and also fell to the ground.
All six F-5 Tiger aircraft involved in display training were able to land in Emmen. The pilots remain unharmed.
The military judiciary has started the investigation.
The Patrouille Suisse was planned to perform this week end for the 31st Federal Yodeling Festival in Zug: 1:00 p.m. – 1.30 p.m.