Family disaster! Texas pilot, wife and children, 3, 11, 15 years old, killed in plane crash
Seven people, including a Texas family, died on Wednesday night in a terrible plane crash in a Canadian landscape.
The Canadian Transportation Safety Board announced Thursday that a devastating collision killed four adults and three children and killed five Americans.
The victims of the catastrophic crash were identified by friends as Pilot Otabek obrokurov in Missouri, Texas, and his wife and children at the age of 3, 11 and 15 years. According to his social media, he came from Uzbekistan.
They flew with a newlywed couple, Bobomrod Naviev, and his wife, who lived in the Toronto area. Naviev and his wife were originally Canadian residents from Uzbekistan.
The group set in motion a Piper PA-32 aircraft that plunged into a jungle at around 5:00 pm on Wednesday near Kingston, Ontario, after the plane disappeared early that day.
All passengers in a registered aircraft in the United States died in a crash. The investigator found that there were only six seats in the plane, although seven passengers were on board.
The plane disembarked about 4 miles from Kingston Airport shortly after 17:00 Eastern Standard Time and all seven people on the plane died in a crash.
Prior to the crash, there was communication between the pilot and the Kingston Flight Service Station.
The plane was reported missing when it could not reach its destination. After the crash, an emergency transmitter was activated and a search and rescue team was deployed to locate the aircraft.
An urgent crew was called into the area around 5:30 pm Eastern Standard Time, but the police were investigating until Thursday morning, as access to the forested crash site was difficult. ,
On Thursday morning, investigations were stolen by the wreckage of the scene, and the TSB shared the miserable image of a broken piece of metal on the tree.