Maharashtra: Aircraft crashes in Jalgaon, flight instructor died!
Maharashtra: Aircraft crashes in Jalgaon, flight instructor died!

Mumbai: An aviation academy aircraft crashed in Jalgaon, Maharashtra last Friday. The incident reportedly took place at 4.30 pm in the forests of Chopra taluka near Vardi Shivara. The flight instructor has died while a woman trainee pilot was seriously injured in the accident. According to the information received, the name of the woman pilot is Anshika Gurjar. Let me tell all of you that as soon as you came to know about it, the local tribals were the first to reach the spot.



He then pulled the injured trainee woman pilot out of the wreckage of the aircraft and rushed her to the hospital. At the same time, the body of the dying flight instructor was also fished out from the aircraft. Fire brigade and administration officials rushed to the spot as soon as they came to know about the incident. Where the incident took place, there are forests of the Satpura range.



The area is said to be known as Ram Lake. In fact, there is difficulty in removing the debris of the aircraft in the middle of the forest and the cause of the aircraft crash has not been revealed so far. Giving this information, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia tweeted on social media. In a tweet, he said, "The aircraft belongs to the Private NMIMS Aviation Academy in Maharashtra. Jyotiraditya Scindia has also ordered an inquiry into the incident.''

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