Passengers killed as plane flying 'will you marry me’ banner crashes on island

Passengers killed as plane flying 'will you marry me’ banner crashes on island



A passenger has been confirmed dead after a small plane carrying a “Will You Marry Me?” banner crashed onto an island.



Pilot of the plane, a 1974 Cessna 172, was reportedly injured after it crashed in Parc Dieppe in the Canadian city of Monteal around 6pm on Saturday October 2, not far from where a music festival was taking place.







Videos shared online showed the plane engulfed in a great ball of fire moments after crashing as emergency services rushed to the scene. Police were seen taping off nearby streets and patrolling the St. Lawrence River nearby where the marriage proposal sign had fallen.



The pilot has been identified as Gian Piero Ciambella, owner of an aerial advertising agency Aerogram.The passenger who died has not been publicly identified.







CTV News reported that the plane took off from St-Mathieu-de-Laprairie Airport at 5.46pm, with evidence suggesting that when the plane touched the ground, it bounced and spun before coming to a rest.Latest Post
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