“The cover [aircraft] was me running out of the track. I came to soon, due to problems with my engine, the valves, and various aircraft problems.”
One Massachusetts pilot a skydiving plane walked away with minor injuries after his plane flipped onto its roof during the landing, a few days after a fatal crash near the same airport.
On August 27, Jacob Haselden tried to land a Cessna 182 Skylane plane to Go Skydiving Boston when he her a job at Cranland Airport, WHDH reports. Rose and hit a dirt road, the plane flipped over and the plane crashed, according to the Boston Globe.
“We flew up. I had problems with the motor. I managed to get everyone out and came back for a landing, but couldn’t be there,” 20-year-old Haselden told WHDH. “The cover [aircraft] was me running out of the track. I came to soon, due to problems with my engine, the valves, and various aircraft problems.”
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Alone in the plane at the time of the crash in Hanson, emergency workers responded to the scene and Haselden was admitted to the hospital for minor injuries.
The police told the World that the cause of the crash is currently being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Just a few days ago, a small plane in the same way it crashed, near the Cranland Airport in an accident that killed the pilot and seriously injured on the lonely traveller.
Pilot Scott Landis has died in a plane crash at the Cranland Airport. His brother Patrick is in a coma. They flew to scatter their father’s ashes. pic.twitter.com/33lyPCR9vj
— Marc Vasconcellos (@PhotogMarc_ent) August 25, 2018
On August 24, brothers Scott and Patrick Landis’ Aeronca 7AC Champion plane crashed into a pond in the near Cranland Airport. The Landis’ were on a mission to spread their recently deceased father’s ashes out of the high heaven. Scott, an Army pilot, died the following day. Patrick was paralyzed from his waist down as a result of injuries sustained in the crash, the World reports.
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“The man who died was very well known and very respected and loved in the community and get a lot of people very, very difficult,” said Hanson Town Administrator Mike McCue told CBS Boston of the tragedy . “I think they are a very safe operation here, is just one of those unfortunate circumstances.”
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak