Two residents of Ottawa die in a plane crash near a private airstrip in Port Hope

Source: Ottawa Citizen

This weekend, a small plane crash near a private airstrip in the Port Hope area killed two people from Ottawa.

The two people aboard the plane, identified by the Ontario Provincial Police as Alvin Crosby, 74, and Suzanne Parent, 72, of Ottawa, were both pronounced dead at the scene.

The Piper Cherokee plane crashed into a field near the airfield near Kellogg Road and Massey Road in Port Hope at 9 p.m. Saturday, police said.

The Northumberland OPP detachment, firefighters, and paramedics all responded to the crash.

The OPP investigated the scene and looked into the cause of the crash. They said in a news release that they have contacted the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to help with their investigation.

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