LODD: Medic, pilot killed in Canada air ambulance crash
The medic has been identified William Mallock; a second pilot and nurse survived the crash on the way back from dropping off a paitent
NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada — A paramedic and a pilot are dead after a chartered plane crash on Grand Manan Island, N.B., Ambulance New Brunswick said Saturday.
The plane crashed at about 5 a.m. Saturday morning, Ambulance New Brunswick said in a news release. The plane hit the ground in a grassy area, meters from the landing strip at the Grand Manan airport.
A second pilot and nurse from the Grand Manan hospital survived the crash. There were no injuries to anyone on the ground, and there was no patient on board the plane. The paramedic has been identified as William Mallock, who was on duty at the time of the crash. Mallock had nearly 20 years of experience as a paramedic.
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