One person dead after Canadian acrobatic jet crashes

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  • A Canadian acrobatic jet crashed into a British Columbia neighbourhood on Sunday during a flyover intended to boost morale during the pandemic, killing one crew member, seriously injuring another and setting a house on fire. Video appeared to show at least one person ejecting.

    The crash left debris scattered across the neighbourhood near the airport in the city of Kamloops, 260 miles (418 km) northeast of Vancouver. Canada’s defense department said emergency crews were responding. The Snowbirds are Canada’s equivalent of the US Air Force Thunderbirds or US Navy’s Blue Angels.

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