Eleven skydivers killed in a tragic Hawaii plane crash
Eleven skydivers killed in a tragic Hawaii plane crash

Eleven skydivers killed in a tragic Hawaii plane crash

There were no survivors in the collision, which occurred near Dillingham Landing field on Oahu’s north shore.

Mr. Neves explained the site of the accident as being “quite a means far from the path” and also added: “In my 40 years as a fireman below in Hawaii, this is the most tragic aircraft incident that we have had.”

Fire principal Manuel Neves said some relative went to the flight terminal as the flight removed, yet names of the targets are yet to be released. Some witnesses said the airplane crashed as it was coming into the airport terminal however this has not verified.

Firemans came to the scene of the event to find the twin-engine King Air airplane engulfed in fires.

Fire chief Manuel Neves defines the collision as the “most heartbreaking airplane case that we’ve had.”

Eleven skydivers have died after a plane that brought them crashed shortly after liftoff, officials in Hawaii have stated.

Preliminary findings suggested the crash occurred as the plane was taking off, according to the Federal Aeronautics Management (FAA).

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