Fatal Plane Crash

The facade of the headquarters of the Department of National Defence is pictured in Ottawa, on April 3, 2013.The Department of National Defence says two men wanted in Thailand for the murder of a man with links to British Columbia gangs both served in the military.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Suspects in separate murder, attempted murder cases died in same plane crash

Questions asked about why Duncan Bailey and Gene Lahrkamp were on the same flight

 

Gene Lahrkamp of Trail, a fugitive who was wanted for the killing of Abbotsford gangster Jimi Sandhu in Thailand, was killed in a plane crash April 30 in Ontario.

B.C. man wanted for killing of gangster in Thailand dies in Ontario plane crash

Gene Lahrkamp – one of Canada’s most-wanted fugitives – is 1 of 4 who died April 30

 

A small aircraft lies in a field next to the Trans-Canada Highway after a fatal crash near the Springbank Airport, west of Calgary, on Friday, April 22, 2022. The pilot killed in the crash has been identified as a plane crash west of Calgary has been identified as Michael James Wilton, president of FlightSimple, an aircraft sales company. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dave Chidley

‘One of a kind’: Pilot killed in plane crash identified as Calgary business owner

Transportation Safety Board of Canada has taken over the investigation into the crash

 

(Transportation Safety Board)

Stormy, cloudy conditions the day of fatal Alberta plane crash: report

Pilot had flown the route many times and had 2,800 hours of flying time in similar planes

(Transportation Safety Board)
A plane’s fuselage is seen through the canopy of forest at a crash site on Addenbroke Island, B.C. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says a decision to continue flying in poor weather led to the float plane crash that killed four people and injured five others. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Royal Canadian Air Force, 442 Squadron

Pilot’s decision to fly to B.C. fish camp in poor weather led to 4 deaths, says TSB

Report indicates floatplane left Vancouver airport on July 26, 2019 and crashed into Addenbroke Island

A plane’s fuselage is seen through the canopy of forest at a crash site on Addenbroke Island, B.C. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says a decision to continue flying in poor weather led to the float plane crash that killed four people and injured five others. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Royal Canadian Air Force, 442 Squadron
WATCH: Okanagan pilots honour Snowbird with flyover

WATCH: Okanagan pilots honour Snowbird with flyover

Check out photos and a video of the Kelowna event, from the air

WATCH: Okanagan pilots honour Snowbird with flyover
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