Rans S-6 Coyote II training aircraft crashed in Lahore, Pakistan -Two Pilot injured

Rans S-6 Coyote II training aircraft crashed in Lahore, Pakistan -Two Pilot injured

A Rans S-6 Coyote II training Aircraft crashed in the city of Pakistan, Two  Pilots aboard has sustained minor injuries.

The training aircraft came down in the Garden Town area, Near Kalma Chowk, after taking off from Walton Airport. The plane caught fire as it came in contact with high-tension electric wires.

Rescuers forces and fire brigade immediately responded to crash sites and shifted the pilots to the hospital for treatment.

The single-engine, twin-seater plane was manufactured in 1997

The civilian aviation authority team has arrived on the crash site and started collecting evidence to investigate the reason for the crash

According to the pilot due to strong wind his plane become imbalanced, he tried to control it but he was unable to gain control, at last, he tried to land the aircraft in the less populated area
The aircraft belonged to the z-4 flying club

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