A chartered airplane carrying miners crashed in Canada, Photograph: File
Ottawa: A small passenger airplane carrying miners in Canada’s northern area crashed shortly after takeoff, killing 6 individuals.
Canada’s Joint Rescue Coordination Middle mentioned the small single-engine airplane had taken off from Fort Smith however misplaced contact with the management tower shortly after takeoff.
On which rescue groups had been despatched for rescue operations and mass casualty protocols had been activated on the city hospital. The wreckage of the airplane was discovered one kilometer away.
The rescue group discovered 6 our bodies from the wreckage of the airplane whereas one individual was rescued alive who had jumped from the airplane earlier than the crash and was severely injured when he fell to the bottom.
The airplane that crashed was a chartered airplane carrying miners to a coal mine. All flights out of Fort Smith had been grounded till Wednesday after the crash.
The reason for the accident has not but been decided. An inquiry committee was fashioned to research.