Plane assists firefighters to battle blaze in New York City’s Times Square
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The Boeing’s pilot and co-pilot, David Dickson-Schaefer, 44, and 36-year-old co-pilot Eric Devereux, 32, died on the crash scene. There were no injuries among the eight employees of the compan바카라y.
The two men died at the scene, according to the police, while co-pilot Peter Grosz, 44, who had been an active 더킹카지노member of the flight crew since April, remained in critical condition. Both were pronounced dead at the scene.
No other injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is still under investigation.