One individual is dead following a solitary motor plane accident behind a neighborhood during the Reno Air Races in Nevada on Sunday, the dashing affiliation's Chief said.
Frederick Telling, Chief of the Reno Air Dashing Affiliation, said during a public interview that the pilot was killed in the accident. The pilot's name was not delivered.
The Air L-29 Delfín crashed in Reno around 3:45 p.m. nearby time while partaking in the air races, the Government Flight Organization said in an explanation.
"The FAA and the Public Transportation Security Board will explore," the organization said. "The NTSB will be responsible for the examination and will give extra updates."
The Reno Air Dashing Affiliation affirmed the casualty in an explanation posted on Twitter.
"Any remaining pilots landed securely and race tasks for 2022 have been suspended," it said.