Two small planes collide in the sky over Canada

In Canada, two small passenger planes collided in the sky, causing one plane to crash into the Ottawa River near Constance Bay.

It is reported by CBC.

The plane crash occurred on Sunday at about 14:48. After reporting to 911, several boats headed for the crash site. The pilot was saved. 70-year-old man escaped only with scratches and bruises. There was no one else on this plane.

As for the second aircraft – Cessna 172 – there were four people on board: three adults and one child. The pilot landed safely at Arnprior Airport, west of Ottawa. The aircraft has a damaged front wheel.