Five killed in British light aircraft crashFive people have been killed in a mid-air crash between two light aircraft thought to have been coming in to land at a British airport, ambulance officials said Sunday.
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Four of the dead were travelling in one plane. They and the pilot of the other aircraft were confirmed dead at the scene, ambulance officials said.
One plane crashed into woods while the other came down around a mile away, near a luxury hotel. There were no reports of injuries on the ground.
Rescue crews found "quite a scene of devastation," West Midlands Ambulance Service The West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust is the authority responsible for providing NHS ambulance services in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, Warwickshire, West Midlands, and Worcestershire in the West Midlands region. spokesman Murray MacGregor told the BBC BBC
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He said the wreckage of the planes was about mile apart. A helicopter was needed to help locate the wreck in the wooded area.
The Civil Aviation Authority Civil Aviation Authority civil (Brit) n → Behörde f für Zivilluftfahrt (CAA Caa
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Coventry is a small airport which operates cheap flights to European holiday destinations in countries including Greece and Spain.