A plane crash southeast of Brantford earlier this month was caused because a lack of fuel led to the plane’s engine losing power, according to a Transportation Safety Board investigation.
The pilot was the only person aboard the homebuilt plane, which crashed near the intersection of Highway 54 and School Road on Oct. 10 while en route from York to Brantford.
He tried to land it in a farmer’s field. A hard landing resulted in the plane overturning.
While the plane received substantial damage, the pilot – a 58-year-old man from Kincardine –was able to walk away with minor injuries.
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