A plane pulled up a banner asking “Will you marry me?” Crashed last Saturday. The pilot was seriously injured, while a passenger behind the original plan died.
The moment of joy ended in sorrow. Last Saturday October 2, the flight asked “Do you want to marry me?” Crashed, one passenger died and the pilot of the plane was seriously injured. The Cessna 172, Gian Piero Siamese took control, took off from the airport near Montreal, Canada at 5:46 a.m., and the mechanical problem occurred only fifteen minutes later.
Emergency landing in a public garden
He reported the aviation mechanical problems to the Local Transportation Safety Board (TSB) before beginning the emergency landing procedure at Deep Park, a small public park located at the end of the peninsula.
Did the person proposing marriage die in an accident?
Despite his long flight experience, Gian Piero Siamese was unable to land his Cessna properly, which violently fell to the ground before catching fire. When they arrived at the scene, emergency services found the plane on fire, only to find the body of a passenger and the seriously injured pilot.
Banner “Will you marry me?” Could not find drag by device. Authorities believe she may have fallen into the nearby St. Lawrence River and been swept away by the current. An investigation has been opened to find the exact cause of the accident, while the identification of the victim continues.
Officials do not know whether the passenger on the plane chose the original route of the proposal …
“Pop culture practitioner. Award-winning tv junkie. Creator. Devoted food geek. Twitter lover. Beer enthusiast.”