Morale Flight for Covid-19 in Canada Turns into Disaster!

acrobatic jet dust that makes morale tip against covid in canada
acrobatic jet dust that makes morale tip against covid in canada

An aerobatic jet from the Royal Canadian Air Force crashed while performing a demonstration flight to support the fight against coronavirus. Pilot Jennifer Casey died in the accident, while other pilot Richard MacDougall was seriously injured. In the area where the air aerobatic jet, known as the Snowbirds, fell in the city of Kamloops, a house was also burned with the effect of the accident.


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that pilot Casey was "very upset" because of the accident that he died. Trudeau stated that Carcasses have been performing demonstration flights in the past two weeks to raise Canadian morale. Casey, who lost his life, was also the spokesman for the Carps.

In the statement made by the Royal Canadian Air Force, the sadness of losing another accident was emphasized.

Pilot Jennifer Casey who died in the accident
Pilot Jennifer Casey who died in the accident

Canadian army mourns the fallen Sikorsky CH-148 helicopter crew

CH crew in the blood
CH crew in the blood

The Canadian army Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone type military helicopter in the Ionian Sea between Greece and Italy disappeared in the evening of April 29. In a statement by NATO, it was confirmed that a helicopter crash was taking place during his mission. The Canadian Department of Defense announced on Friday, May 1, 2020 that six crew members died in the helicopter crash. It was stated that the search and rescue activities of the crew continued as a search activity after a long time.

As a result of exploration activities, the crew of the Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone helicopter crew reached 1 lifeless body, while five crew members were still not reached. "The five missing members of the helicopter are now officially considered lost and considered dead," the Canadian Department of Defense said in a statement. While NATO's Fredericton is heading towards the port in Italy, NATO allies will continue their rescue efforts. (Source: DefenceTurk)



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