Concerns Mount as Another Plane Crashes in Baramati, Raising Safety Questions

Pune Pulse Concerns Mount as Another Plane Crashes in Baramati, Raising Safety Questions

Concerns Mount as Another Plane Crashes in Baramati, Raising Safety Questions

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Pune ( Baramati )In a concerning turn of events, just two days after the plane crash incident in Baramati, Pune district, another training plane met with an accident. This morning, around 7 o’clock, a trainee plane crashed in the vicinity of the old Sahyadri cow farm in Baramati. Fortunately, reports indicate that the pilot sustained only minor injuries. Nevertheless, this repeated occurrence has ignited concerns about aviation safety in the region.

Baramati is home to an aviation training institute, and this marks the fifth plane crash in the area within a short span. The exact cause of this latest crash is yet to be determined, further adding to the anxiety among local residents.

The recent surge in plane crashes in both Baramati and Indapur has led to growing demands for a comprehensive solution to address this safety issue. With each incident, there is an underlying fear of potential loss of life.

Just two days ago, a plane belonging to the Red Bird Company experienced an accident near the airport. Similarly, a few days prior, a plane from the Red Bird Aviation Training Institute of MIDC crashed in Katphal, Baramati taluka, at 3 pm on Thursday (19). Fortunately, there were no casualties in that incident, as the plane crashed shortly after taking off from the Baramati airport, presumably due to a technical fault. However, the precise cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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