Cape plane crashed with 7 people on board in Provincetown
According to report, a Cape Air flight described as a two-engine Cessna 402C plane from Boston with seven people on board crash on Thursday, September 8, 2021 at about 3:30 p.m. while landing in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Report from Cape Air has it that, flight 2072 departed from Boston Logan International Airport with seven people on board before it crashed in Provincetown.
The crash occurred when the plane swerved off the runway and crashed into woods in Provincetown Municipal Airport. The plane was engulfed by fire but no casualty was recorded.
The pilot and other six persons on board were transported to Cape Cod Hospital with injuries.
According to Town Manager, Alex Morse weather conditions “caused an issue with the landing.”
Investigation into the cause of the crash is still in progress by the FAA.