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PILOT AIRLIFTED AFTER ABBOTS BROMLEY CRASH

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PILOT AIRLIFTED AFTER ABBOTS BROMLEY CRASH

By timesecholife on in Latest News

A PILOT was airlifted to hospital after his plane crashed in a field near Abbots Bromley on Monday.

West Midlands Ambulance Service was called at around 10am after the Calibre plane came down in a field of maize, near Yeatsall Lane, close to Blithfield Reservoir.
The Midlands Air Ambulance was joined by ambulance crews, First Responders, police and fire services at the scene.
The 39-year-old pilot, from Sudbury, was the only occupant of the aircraft. He suffered fractures to his legs, facial injuries and potential pelvis injuries and was taken to the major trauma unit at Royal Stoke University Hospital.
The Air Accident Investigation Branch, a government department responsible for investigating civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents, has been informed of the incident.

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