Plane crashed in Milan, Romanian billionaire Dan Petrescu, his son, his wife, his friend from Pavia with his family: here are the victims

It reached Olbia, where he was supposed to spend a vacation in his villa with the family. But he, Dan Petrescu, known estate agent 68enne from RomaniaHe never got there on that island. The plane he flewUn Pilate Pc-12 crashed around 1pm Milan, in the southwest of the city, shortly after take-off from the airport of Linaat. An accident that, in addition to his, was the cause of the… death of seven other people. There were essentially two families on board: Petrescu’s and that of his friend, an entrepreneur from Pavia but living in Milan, Filippo Nascimbene, 33. The other Italian victim in the disaster is Nascimbene’s son, Raphael, born in Milan in 2020. Raphael’s mother and Nascimbene’s wife is Claire Stephanie Caroline Alexandrescou, 34, born in France, both on the plane and her mother Miruna Anca Wanda Lozinschic, 65-year-old Romanian with French citizenship.

The other family involved is that of the Petrescu, as mentioned: with their father Dan, 68, their son Dan Stefan, 30, both with dual Romanian and German nationality, and his wife Queen Dorothea petrescu balzat, 65 years old. The eighth victim is julien Brossard, 36, Canadian friend of Dan Stefan. Police have indicated that, pending officiality resulting from the genetic profile comparisons and given the lack of an official passenger list, these are the eight likely victims.

Born in Munich and also in possession of the German nationality, Petrescu was one of the richest men in Romania. He had built his fortune by investing in real estate sector, especially in the hypermarkets Chains Subway e Real: a company that has provided him with an estimated personal wealth of approximately 3 billion euros. After spending many years in Germany to escape from the regime of Nicolae Ceausescu, he had decided in 1989 to return to his native country. According to the Romanian press, the plane he was traveling on bought in 2015 of Vova Cohn, former shareholder of the football club Dinamo Bucharest. Among her partners too Ion Țiriac, a former Romanian tennis player turned multi-billionaire thanks to finances and, above all, thanks to investments in the banking and insurance sector. The two shared the business, but not the style, because unlike the eccentric sportsman Petrescu, he was a character extremely reserved.

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