A flight instructor is dead and two people are injured after a plane from Danbury Municipal Airport crashed at Candlelight Farms Airport, officials said.
There were three people on board the aircraft when it crashed, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. The pilot, a female who has yet to be identified, was extricated from the plane and taken by Life Star helicopter to Hartford Hospital with life threatening injuries. Lee Grabner, New Milford police. Their identities have not been released at this time. They confirmed it was indeed a training flight. He was also a maintenance worker for the town of New Milford, said former Mayor Patricia Murphy.
"It's just a small private field that's used for personal flights and some instruction", Grabner said.
Examining the registration numbers, Eyewitness News found that it appears the plane belongs to Arrow Aviation.
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Arrow Aviation is the same company that owns the plane involved in the deadly plane crash in Danbury, July 30.
Police said the co-pilot, a flight instructor employed by Arrow Aviation; Anthony J. Morasco, was killed in the crash. "I am alarmed by the number of small plane crashes that have claimed lives in recent months and years in CT". The plane crashed in a wooded area near the runway.
NTSB investigating today's crash of a Cessna 172 in New Milford, CT.
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