The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is investigating a small aircraft crash in Markham.
No one was injured when the private single engine Cirrus SR20 plane crashed at the Toronto/Buttonville Municipal Airport on Tuesday afternoon, according to Markham Fire.
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The TSB deployed to the airport, where they said the aircraft “received significant damage during a runway excursion.”
Dashcam footage sent to Tom Podolec shows a dramatic angle of the crash, as the plane descended on to the highway next to the airport.
Update PLANE CRASH Dashcam video sent to me shows a Cirrus SR20 as it crosses 16th Ave narrowly missing vehicles. Male instructor pilot & female student pilot suffered minor injuries. They were doing circuits & practicing touch & go on runway 33 at Buttonville Airport. pic.twitter.com/L2UksDsLOQ
— Tom Podolec Aviation (@TomPodolec) March 12, 2019
According to Podolec, the passengers included a male instructor pilot and female student.
This afternoon the TSB deployed to the Toronto/Buttonville Municipal Airport, Ontario, where a private single engine Cirrus SR20 aircraft received significant damage during a runway excursion #TSBAir pic.twitter.com/1gjPLpo49V
— TSB of Canada (@TSBCanada) March 12, 2019
The investigation of the crash continues.