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Air Show 2019: Canadian Snowbird plane crashes during air show in Atlanta



A pilot was ejected from a Canadian Snowbird aircraft that later crashed at Motor Speedway on the Sunday afternoon Atlanta Air Show, reports WGCL, a subsidiary of CBS Atlanta. The pilot landed safely after exiting the CT-144 aircraft crashed in a sparsely populated area.

According to the FAA, the crash occurred around 13:30. The Atlanta Air Show sent a statement to WGCL summing up the incident:

"Snowbird 5, Captain Kevin Domon-Grenier was forced out of his plane just before our appearance in Atlanta this afternoon," states the explanation. "Domon-Grenier has made it to the ground safely and is fine ̵

1; the plane crashed into an uninhabited area and nobody was injured – it's too early to speculate on the cause of the incident – we're grateful to Kevin and the public that they are not hurt. "

  Florida Air & Sea Show
The Canadian Snowbird Team will conduct Day Two of the Air & Sea Show's two-day salute to the US military in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on May 6, 2001. The event is one of the largest spectator events in the world, offering world class military and civil air, water and entertainment activities.

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The remaining festivities related to the annual air show were canceled after the crash. The Snowbirds also gave an explanation on Twitter after the incident.


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