Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating a twin-engine plane that crashed at Thunder Bay airport crash killing one person.
In statement released by the airport president and chief executive officer, Ed Schmidtke says that the twin-engine airplane crashed on Monday around 9 p.m. at Thunder Bay’s airport in northwestern, Ontario.
The plane crashed a day after flying for Ontario ministry.
It was not immediately made known if the victim was on board or on the ground.
According to Schmidtke, the incident was responded to by the airport’s operations specialists, as well as Thunder Bay police, firefighters and medics.
The crash remains under investigation by TSB.