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Two planes collided mid-air near Denver, and one was forced to parachute to the ground

Plane crash near Denver

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Two aircraft were involved in a mid-air collision Wednesday morning as they approached Centennial Airport near Denver, Colorado, the Federal Aviation Administration and Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office said.

One aircraft, a Swearingen Metroliner SA226TC twin-engine aircraft operated by Key Lime Air, was arriving from Salida, Colorado when the collision occurred, FlightAware data shows. Only the pilot was onboard the 43-year-old plane, which was likely performing a cargo flight. 

The other aircraft was a single-engine Cirrus SR-22, widely used in general aviation. Only two occupants were on board, the pilot and a passenger. It was unclear where read more ⇒

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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