Poland: Five killed after plane crashes into hangar where people were sheltering during bad weather | World News

Five people have been killed and eight injured after a plane crashed into a hangar where people were sheltering during stormy weather in Poland.

The Cessna 208’s pilot died, alongside four others who were inside the skydiving centre on Monday afternoon.

A child is among those hurt following the crash in the village of Chrcynno, and two people were seriously injured.

The site of a plane crash in Chrcynno north of Warsaw, Poland 
Pic:Leszek Szymanski/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock
Pic: Leszek Szymanski/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Firefighters are continuing to search the hangar for additional victims.

It is the worst skydiving-related accident in Poland for nine years.

Back in 2014, 11 people died when a small plane crashed in Topolow, near the southern city of Czestochowa.

A Cessna 208 Caravan (Cessna 208B, registration N101CG) airplane
A Cessna 208 plane. AP file pic

Police are investigating the cause of Monday’s accident.

Chrcynno is located about 28 miles (45km) northwest of Polish capital, Warsaw.

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