Canada One worker injured after Pearson tarmac crash

23:10  06 january  2018
23:10  06 january  2018 Source:   thestar.com

Passenger injured in plane crash dies

  Passenger injured in plane crash dies FOND DU LAC, Sask. - A disabled man injured in a plane crash in northern Saskatchewan has died in hospital. The family of Arson Fern Jr. announced his death on a Gofundme page set up after the Dec. 13 crash near the remote community of Fond du Lac. "Arson Jr. is no longer with us," said the post. "May he rest in peace." A photo of Fern lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by relatives, accompanied the post. It said the 19-year-old, who had cerebral palsy, suffered broken legs, a broken pelvis, internal bleeding and a collapsed lung.Comments from family members on Facebook said he died on Christmas Day.

No one aboard the plane was injured . An Instagram video uploaded Friday shows the aftermath of a collision between a Sunwing aircraft and a WestJet aircraft on the tarmac of Pearson Airport.

20:59 15 january 2018 Source: windsorstar.com. One worker injured after Pearson tarmac crash . One person has sustained injuries following a collision between two planes on the tarmac of Toronto Pearson International Airport on

An Instagram video uploaded Friday shows the aftermath of a collision between a Sunwing aircraft and a WestJet aircraft on the tarmac of Pearson Airport.© Provided by Toronto Star An Instagram video uploaded Friday shows the aftermath of a collision between a Sunwing aircraft and a WestJet aircraft on the tarmac of Pearson Airport.

One person has sustained injuries following a collision between two planes on the tarmac of Toronto Pearson International Airport on Friday.

Toronto Pearson said that one member of the Fire and Emergency Service was taken to hospital and treated for injuries sustained from the incident. The person has since been released from hospital, the airport confirmed Saturday. Authorities with Toronto Pearson declined to disclose the nature of the injuries or information about the worker, citing privacy concerns.

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One emergency worker was taken to hospital with injuries . The Sunwing aircraft was not carrying any passengers or crew when it clipped a WestJet flight on the tarmac of Pearson International "Panic set in when [we saw] what seemed to be fuel spewing from the crash . After a couple of

12:26 13 january 2018 Source: si.com. One worker injured after Pearson tarmac crash . One person has sustained injuries following a collision between two planes on the tarmac of Toronto Pearson International Airport on

The Transportation Safety Board was onsite at Toronto Pearson Friday to investigate the collision, the airport confirmed.

Passengers aboard a WestJet flight inbound from Cancun, Mexico, were evacuated from the aircraft via emergency slides and nobody on board was injured. The WestJet plane was stationary when it was clipped by a Sunwing aircraft, which was being towed.

The WestJet flight was carrying 168 passengers and a crew of six at the time of the collision.

The Sunwing aircraft was not carrying any passengers at the time of the collision.

Ali Alagheband, an engineer from Toronto, says chaos erupted when the plane was struck and a fire started outside.

He says he was in a seat opposite the part of the plane that was struck, and he wasn’t able to hear instructions from crewmembers or the pilot over the commotion.

Alagheband says he heard conflicting instructions from people around him about whether to stand up and start making his way to the exits or sit back down in his seat.

With files from Annie Arnone and The Canadian Press

Two Fond du Lac teens take own lives .
A small northern Saskatchewan First Nation is once again in mourning after two teenagers killed themselves in recent weeks. The suicides in Fond du Lac came as the community recovers from a Dec. 13 plane crash that led to the death of 19-year-old Arson Fern Jr. Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations said the crash and Fern's death have been tough on the community. "Shortly after, a young teenager took his own life and, probably a week later, a young girl," he told The Canadian Press on Monday. "They've been going through a very difficult time emotionally and spiritually.

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