Small Plane Crash-Lands in British Columbia; Pilot Injured
A small, single-engine plane crash-landed at highway 97 in British Columbia, Canada on July 7.
The plane had just taken off from Oliver in British Columbia, when it lost power and hit a semi-truck while trying to land on the highway. It burst into flames afterwards.
The pilot sustained second and third degree burns and was rushed to hospital. He was identified as Todd Lewendon, 46, of Surrey, England.
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating the cause.