America: The plane was at an altitude of 3500 feet, the pilot jumped without a parachute amidst the situation of emergency landing, died

The co-pilot left in the plane made an emergency landing at Raleigh-Durham International Airport safely, officials recovered the body

The incidents of emergency landings of planes and planes are increasing nowadays. This problem is being seen not only in the country but also in other countries of the world. Meanwhile, a similar incident came to light in America where the pilot lost his life during an emergency landing. In fact, a pilot in North Carolina, USA, allegedly jumped from a height of 3500 feet in the middle of the flight without a parachute, due to which he died. The body of the pilot has been recovered.

According to the Wak report, when the plane took off, there were two people in it. The Federal Aviation Administration told CNN that at around 2:40 p.m. a twin-engine Casa CN-212 landed on the grass near Raleigh-Durham International Airport. During this, its co-pilot jumped off the beach flight. The body of the pilot was recovered with the help of information received from a local resident.

According to Fox News, the deceased pilot Charles Hugh Crooks, 23, was one of two people who took off on Friday but only one person landed in Wake County. Officials say the crooks either jumped or fell from the beach flight without a parachute. According to the report, the co-pilot remaining in the plane made the emergency landing safely at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Earlier, the Air Traffic Control was informed by the aircraft that the right wheel of the aircraft was broken. The surviving pilot was taken to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. The body of Charles Hugh Crooks fell from at least 3,500 feet. “It is not clear whether the pilot died before the fall or after the fall,” he said. The matter is being investigated.

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