A plane crash in the Philippines killed one person or caught a coconut tree due to improper operation
According to Philippine media reports, on November 5, a small rotorcraft crash occurred in Allgau Town, Cebu Province, Philippines, with a 65-year-old foreign citizen on board. Unfortunately, he passed away on the way to the hospital.
It is reported that the foreign citizen is named Cowley Ferrish, and the local police are confirming his nationality.
When investigating the cause of the crash, the local police initially judged that the accident may be caused by improper driving operation that caused the body to hook onto the coconut tree.
In fact, the rotorcraft is a kind of aircraft between a helicopter and an airplane. Local officials said that many tourists would choose to rent a rotorcraft to enjoy the beautiful scenery in the sky, but it should be noted that tourists must present the relevant flight license or be accompanied by an instructor to fly.