Cessna crashes in Ontario

Thursday, September 4, 2008
By George Hatcher


What: Cessna four-seat 172 owned by the Brampton Flying Club
Where: Shelburne, Ontario –a farmer’s field just north of Toronto
When: just before 5 a.m Sep. 01 2008
Who: 2 men, including pilot, airlifted to St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto with life-threatening injuries;one Headwaters Hospital in Orangeville
Why: There is no reason listed why the plane crashed in the field. It looks like a total loss. The pilot is building flight time to become a commercial pilot

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