Two planes collide MID-AIR over Canada

Plane crashes into field after mid-air collision in Ottawa’s west end

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One person is dead after a mid-air collision between two planes that saw one of the aircraft crash into a field near the Carp Airport on Sunday morning.

Police walk on to a property as they work at the site of a small plane crash in the Carp area of Ottawa on November 4, 2018.

A smaller aircraft has crashed in a field, killing the pilot, while the larger one was redirected for landing. Neither that pilot nor his one passenger were injured, emergency services said.

A CTV Ottawa reporter said the incident took place at Carp Airport - a popular home base for Canada's general aviation enthusiasts. The aircraft sustained minor damage.

Investigators will be taking the Cessna to their laboratory in Ottawa to help determine the cause of the accident.

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She would not identify the victim or the two survivors in the second aircraft.

Ottawa police say the collision occurred over the west end of the city just after 10 a.m.

Paramedics are on the scene, and the Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating.

Two planes have collided in mid-air over Ottawa, Canadian police report.

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