Plane crash owned by Brazilian plastics company, pilot dies


SAO PAULO: A plane crashed on landing at Sao Paulo’s Campo de Marte runway on Sunday evening, killing the pilot, however, his six travelers survived, the Brazilian office that works the airplane terminal said.

The pilot was gotten in the consuming destruction of the twin-motor Beechcraft King Air and kicked the bucket before he could be saved, the firefighting department said.

The G1 News site revealed that the organizers of Videplast, a main plastic industry organization that makes adaptable bundling, Nereu and Geraldo Denardi, were among the travelers who survived.


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