Two people died in the plane crash in Rębielice Królewskie near Kłobuck (Silesia Province). There were five fire brigades working on site. The causes of the accident are unknown.
The junior brigadier Aneta Gołębiowska, a spokeswoman for the Silesian fire brigade, announced that the notification of the light aircraft accident was received at 6.15 pm. “Two people on the plane died as a result of the crash,” she said.
Five fire brigades were ordered to the site.
Cessna 152 fell
Junior Brigadier Mariusz Gosławski from the County Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Kłobuck reported that the plane carrying the victims had the SP-AKW markings. The machine with this designation can be found on the website of the Częstochowa Aero Club as one of the three Cessna 152 type aircraft, produced in 1979.
Analyzes of the flight register in flightradar24.com showed that the SP-AKW aircraft performed several flights a day. On Thursday, until 5 p.m., there were three flights lasting up to 50 minutes.
Main photo source: Sebastian Łyźniak