Plane crashes in household’s backyard in UK village as emergency companies flood space

A airplane has crashed into the backyard of a house on Anglesey. Emergency companies swarmed the realm at Bodffordd, close to Llangefni.

North Wales Police stated: “Officers are currently attending an incident in the Cae Bach Aur area of Llangefni. Fire and ambulance crews are also in attendance. Officers attended the location, along with ambulance and fire crews.

“The male pilot was the one occupant of the plane, and he was subsequently conveyed to hospital by Air Ambulance with non-life-threatening accidents. No different accidents had been reported from the scene.”

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And North Wales Fire Service stated: “Our crews are at present attending an incident within the Cae Bach Aur space of Llangefni. Police officers and ambulance crews are additionally in attendance. We ask that the general public please keep away from the realm while we stay on the scene.

Speaking to North Wales Live, one eyewitness claimed that the airplane took off and the engine began “spluttering”. He then watched because the plan “started to nose dive while spinning”.

No additional particulars got on the situation of the pilot.

The nearest airport to the location is RAF Mona, which homes the Mona Flying Club. No affirmation of if the pilot took off from there was given, nevertheless.

The base made headlines in June 2016 when a person was convicted of endangering plane by shining a strong torch at pilots endeavor night-time quick jet coaching.

The Daily Star has reached out to officers at RAF Mona and the Flying Club for a touch upon the crash.

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