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Video of 11-year-old flying the plane while father drinks beer goes viral, duo die in crash

drinks beer goes viral, duo die in crash

drinks beer goes viral Brazil plane crash: Video of an 11-year-old boy flying plane while his father sips beer, moments before the tragic crash, surfaces on the internet.

An unsettling video that was captured just before a recent plane crash in Brazil went viral shows a father giving his 11-year-old son control of his private plane while also drinking beer. This incident resulted in a fatal collision that took the lives of both people. Their $1.2 million twin-engine Beechcraft Baron 58 aircraft crashed after crashing in a forest between the states of Rondonia and Mato Grosso. Garon’s wife, Ms. Ana Pridonik, reportedly committed suicide soon after the burial, further adding to the grief.

She was discovered in the couple’s bedroom. As his son, who is underage, takes control of the private plane, Garon can be seen drinking beer in the video. He can be heard instructing his son on how to fly the aircraft and describing its controls. The father asks, “Wait, everything ready? Nothing in front, ok,” as they take off from a dirt runway. You can push, 600 horses, come on. 600 Kikao, move along. “.

According to official reports, the plane met a tragic end when it took off at 5:50 p.m., crashed eight minutes later, and vanished from radar detection. Rescue personnel discovered the bodies after a protracted search. The Research Center for the Prevention of Aeronautical Accidents is in charge of the ongoing investigation into the crash’s cause.

Garon’s choice to give his unregistered, minor son control of the aircraft ultimately led to the deaths of three people, although it is still unknown whether he recorded the beer-drinking incident.

According to Brazilian law, only people who are at least 18 years old, have completed high school, and are registered with the National Civil Aviation Agency are allowed to operate an airplane.


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