In Canada passenger plane crashed
MOSCOW, December 14 — RIA Novosti. The plane ATR-42 airlines West Wind Aviation, which was carrying 22 passengers and 3 crew members crashed near the village of Fond-du-Lac, Saskatchewan, reported CBC citing the police.
The incident occurred shortly after the departure of the aircraft from the airport Fond-du-Lac at a distance of one kilometer from the runway. According to police, several people were injured, victims are not reported.
To a scene there arrived the staff of the rescue services. They provide assistance aboard the aircraft, reports the newspaper the Globe and Mail.
The Ministry of transport of Canada has started an investigation of the incident.
ATR-42 — regional twin-engine turboprop aircraft produced by the Franco-Italian concern ATR. The maximum passenger capacity of the aircraft — 42.
Here’s a look at the plane crash involving 25 people near Fond du Lac. @Angie_Mellen will have the very latest on Global News at 10pm https://t.co/deYjyZNowF #yxe #Sask #ypa #skstorm pic.twitter.com/zOxo78B73M
— Peter Quinlan (@PQuinlanGlobal) 14 Dec 2017
During the download an error has occurred.