Two airplanes rammed against each other killing the two pilots at the Reno air show in Nevada of US. It was informed that airplanes collided at the conclusion of the T-6 Gold race around 2:15 p.m Sunday.
The association’s board of directors and the T-6 class president said they were working to notify relatives of the dead pilots about the crash, which occurred during the final day of the National Championship Air Races in Reno.
It was also informed that the both the pilots were expert and Gold winners in T6 class and that the families of theirs have been notified about the tragedy.
While an investigation into the cause of crash has been instituted, it emerged that the wreckage of the airplane rested about one and half mile from each other. The air show has been running since past five decades or so.