Small Plane Crash in Brazil

Monday, November 11, 2013
By George Hatcher

On Nov 8 2013, a privately owned Embraer EMB-711C Corisco en route to São Paulo took off from Cianorte, Paraná (Cianorte). The pilot circled the area several times, lost power, and crashed a thousand feet from the airport on a farm. On impact with the ground, the plane rolled.

The two people aboard were injured during the impact.

Pilot Walter Auada Botelho de Morais Toledo and passenger Emanuela Érica Garcia were taken to Hospital São Paulo, Cianorte. She is pregnant, and suffered Traumatic Brain Injury. The pilot broke his foot.

Walter Auada Botelho de Morais Toledo is a commercial pilot.

The fire department responded to the scene. The FAB will be investigating the accident.

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