[Video] Light aircraft narrowly avoids two parked planes in Cotswold before crashing into a ditch

On 4 August at approximately 10.30am (UTC+1), a light aircraft carrying a pilot and two passengers crashed into a ditch alongside the A429 after overrunning the runway at Cotswold Airport, UK United. The three were taken to hospital.

The adjacent road (A429) was closed for several hours to clear debris and fuel.

The UK Air Accident Investigation Branch is opening an investigation into the accident.

On the evening of August 4, a Twitter user posted the following footage. The light aircraft flies between a stored Red Wings aircraft and a TAP Air Portugal aircraft. Another Twitter user reports that the light plane cuts off the nose gear of the Red Wings plane.

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Bart has worked in the Belgian aviation industry since 1996. In 2021 he became a volunteer firefighter/EMT. He spends his free time with his Rugrats, girlfriend, family and friends. He likes to travel, drink wine and dine and supports his favorite football team, KV Mechelen. He is an Ironman 70.3 finisher and dreams of completing a full distance.

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