Cessna 150M plane crash near Lozada, Córdoba, Argentina, 2 dead. The trainer plane crashed under unknown circumstances. Both trainer pilot and trainee died in the crash.
The aircraft collapsed in Lozada, some 35 kilometers south of the provincial capital. One of the victims was identified as Lucas Parma, 27 years old.
A flight instructor and his student died on Tuesday when the plane they were traveling on fell to the ground in the town of Lozada in Cordoba.
The aircraft would have hit the ground past noon, around 12.30. It was in a field located 3.5 kilometers from the local cemetery and 35 kilometers south of the provincial capital, according to the Federation of Firefighters of Cordoba and the Police.
[AVISO] Accidente aeronave Cessna C150 Matr LV-CZA a aprox 12.30 hs UTC, en Lozada (Cba.)
Daños: a determinar. Instructor y alumno piloto fallecidos. Interviene JIAAC Córdoba
— JIAAC (@JIAAC_AR) August 21, 2018
The aircraft, a two-seater Cessna C150 with license plate LV-CZA, belonged to the South Hangar, of the Flight School of the Coronel Olmedo aerodrome, in the capital city of Córdoba.
The professor was identified by the authorities as Lucas Parma: he was 27 years old, he was from Villa Carlos Paz and last July he had received his flight instructor certification. While his companion and student was Agustín Alejandro Joursin, a 20-year-old from Comodoro Rivadavia.
Firefighters from Río Segundo, a town near Lozada, worked at the site. And agents of the Cordovan branch of the Civil Aviation Accident Investigation Board did expert tests to try to determine the motives of the accident.