Sunday, April 3, 2011

Video: Light bi-motor plane crashes in Saskatoon

One person was killed and two other were wounded after a two-engine airplane smashed into a sound wall along the busy Wanuskewin North road in the city of Saskatoon, Canada on Friday evening. The plane was preparing to land at the local airport in Saskatoon when its two engines suddenly failed working with just about 5 kilometers before the touch down. The pilots diverted the aircraft to a nearby road but unfortunately it was rush hour and dozenz vehicles were moving back and forth on both directions. In a last effort to avoid other ground victims involvement the pilot and copilot smashed the plane into a sound barrier lying along the street. The pilots survived but unfortunatelly the passenger died.
Video images: Wanuskewin road plane crash Saskatoon Canada


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