CAA Researches Lethal LIGHT Airplane CRASH IN MPUMALANGA

CAA Researches Lethal LIGHT Airplane CRASH IN MPUMALANGA

It isn't clear where an airplane which crashed in Mpumalanga, killing the pilot, had left from or was making a beeline for.

The South African Common Aeronautics Authority (SACAA) affirmed an airplane crashed on Monday evening.

SACAA representative Sisa Majola said the mishap and occurrence examination division was educated regarding the accident at 3.41pm.

The accident happened on a homestead in Steelpoort close to Mbombela Air terminal, Majola said.

He affirmed the main inhabitant passed on and the airplane was severely harmed.

"Our examination group is nearby to begin proof assortment and assemble data that will characterize the extent of the examination."

Emer-G-Prescription paramedics and other crisis administrations showed up at the scene not long before 4pm.

The pilot was proclaimed dead at the scene, Emer-G-Prescription said.

"It isn't clear where the airplane left from or its expected objective. Should a security issue be distinguished the examining group will inform pertinent gatherings so fitting move can be initiated," Majola said.