Airplane Crashes In Western Canada, No Fatalities: Police

Plane Crashes In Western Canada, No Fatalities: Police

There was no explosion or fireplace when the turboprop airplane crashed.

Montreal, Canada:  A small airliner carrying 25 individuals crashed after takeoff Wednesday within the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan, inflicting a number of accidents however no fatalities, police mentioned.

The West Wind Aviation ATR-42 went down a couple of kilometre from the Fond-du-Lac airport at round 6:15 pm native time (0015 GMT Thursday), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police mentioned.

“All 22 passengers and three crew members … have been accounted for and faraway from the scene of the crash with no fatalities reported,” the RCMP added.

“Plenty of individuals have suffered accidents; some severe sufficient to require air ambulance providers that are at the moment en route.”

There was no explosion or fireplace when the turboprop airplane crashed, police mentioned.

There was no quick phrase on the reason for the crash. Canada’s Transportation Security board mentioned it was sending a staff to research.

Photographs posted on social media confirmed the plane went down in a forest. A just about intact wing hooked up to the fuselage was seen.

The airplane was on a flight to Stony Rapids, one other small airport within the province.

ATR is a European consortium based mostly in Toulouse, France, which specialises in regional turboprop plane.

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