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Canada TSB looking into crop duster crash near Aberdeen

01:05  18 july  2017
01:05  18 july  2017 Source:

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The aircraft was a crop duster and the FAA said it crashed in a field 300 feet south of the runway and was destroyed in the resulting fire. The NTSB has been notified and will be conducting an investigation into the crash .

A crop duster plane crashed into a soybean field just east of U.S. Highway 84 off Route 178 north of Cordova at 4:26 p.m. Friday, June 12. A local resident who wished to not be identified said the plane belonged to Franks' Flying Service in Fenton, but he was not sure who the pilot was.

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The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating a crop duster crash that sent a 25-year-old pilot to Saskatoon hospital with serious injuries — but investigators are not expected to visit the site near Aberdeen.

The Air Tractor AT-502B went down Saturday around 12:30 p.m. The pilot, whose name has not been released, was the only occupant, TSB spokesman Chris Krepski said Monday.

MD Ambulance spokesman Troy Davies said someone, likely a bystander, put the injured pilot in a private vehicle and started driving him toward Saskatoon before meeting paramedics on the highway shortly after 1 p.m. Davies confirmed the pilot was taken to Royal University Hospital with “serious” injuries but said the man’s life was not in danger. He declined to provide further details about the pilot’s condition.

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Investigators from the Transportation Safety Board ( TSB ) say engine failure caused a crop duster plane crash that claimed the life of a 31-year-old Alberta man. On Friday, the Piper PA-24 registered to BP Airspray crashed nose-first into a field near Rose Valley killing the pilot.

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Between 2004 and 2015, there were 187 aviation accidents reported in Saskatchewan, of which 30 — 16 per cent — were related to aerial spraying operations, according to TSB data.

Over the same period, 244 less serious incidents were reported in the province, of which four involved spray planes. Several organizations regulate the aerial application industry, including the TSB and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture.

More recently, 22-year-old Colby Becker died last July when the spray plane he was flying crashed in a farmer’s field near his hometown of Rocanville. His family said at the time that the crash had “torn a piece of us apart.”

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Police at the scene of the crash near the wreckage of the plane.

A man walked away with minor injuries after the small plane he was piloting crashed near Pine Bluff Wednesday afternoon. There is no word yet on what caused the single engine crop duster to go down.

Multiple pilots who spoke with the Saskatoon StarPhoenix in 2015 said the crop spraying industry is safer than its reputation suggests, and that good pilots take all precautions before “going low.”

The Air Tractor AT-502B, which has a 15.8-metre wingspan, a 1,893-litre tank and cruising speed of 240 kilometres per hour, is described by its Texas-based manufacturer as “the industry’s workhorse.”

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