Emergency crews responded to the Westlock Regional Airport late Sunday morning after a aircraft carrying 4 individuals crashed on the airport north of Edmonton.
RCMP stated officers, EMS and firefighters responded to the airport round 11:10 a.m. after a aircraft flipped and sustained critical injury.
Three of the aircraft’s occupants had been transported by floor ambulance to hospital, and RCMP stated as of midday, the standing of the fourth particular person was not recognized.
RCMP stated there was no data on the severity of the accidents to the occupants, nonetheless, STARS Air Ambulance did reply to the Westlock space.
Transport Canada has been notified and can take the lead on the investigation, police stated, including the reason for the crash is unknown and nonetheless underneath investigation.
2nd Alberta aircraft crash in a day
The incident in Westlock got here lower than a day after a deadly aircraft crash in central Alberta claimed the life of 1 man and despatched one other to hospital with crucial accidents.
That crash involving a member of the Lacombe Flying Membership occurred late Saturday afternoon.
Officers arrived in a rural space east of Lacombe to search out the pilot had died. A person who was a passenger was transported by STARS to the College of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton in crucial situation.
The Transportation Security Board has deployed a crew of investigators to the Lacombe County scene. The reason for that crash will not be but recognized.
In August, another crash at the Westlock airport despatched a pilot to hospital with critical accidents.
Police stated in that incident, a pilot was practising high-speed taxis when the aircraft caught air, which resulted within the nostril of the aircraft going right into a hangar.
The Westlock airport is about 75 kilometres north of Edmonton.
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