Spray plane pilot dies in crash near Arborfield, Saskatchewan

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A spray plane pilot died in a crash in eastern Saskatchewan, near the community of Arborfield, on Thursday.

A spokeswoman for the Transportation Safety Board says the TSB received a report of the accident around 6:30pm (Saskatchewan time) on July 12th.

The plane was reported as a Cessna C188B crop duster. A post-impact fire was also reported.

Two TSB investigators have been deployed to the crash site, and were expected to arrive on Friday afternoon.


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