A small plane lost a wing, caught fire and crashed during an air show this Sunday (15th) at the airport from the city of El Trebol, Argentina.
Dino Molina, 22, who piloted the aircraft Rans S-9 Chaos, was not injured. Speaking to Radio 2 from Argentina, said he only got scared when he saw the fire on the aircraft.
He saved his life by pushing the eject themselves ballistic parachute. The aircraft also had a parachute attached to it during the fall.
"It's the first time I use a parachute," said the young man, relieved. "Now you be calm," he added.
"I do not understand how this happened. The plane is new, Dean said when asked about the reasons for the accident.
The pilot said he began to take a course in aviation pilot's license at the age between 16 and 17 years. His older brother and his father are pilots.
About 3,000 people were at the airport and were impressed with what was a strange pirouette in the air, but nobody imagininaba an accident would happen.
According to the newspaper 'El Trebol Digital, "The plane lost a wing, and quickly, the pilot activated the ballistic parachute system that had the plane.
The aircraft about 500 meters west of the public sector and caught fire. Firefighters rescued the pilot and extinguished the flames.
The air show 2010 El Trebol had three aircraft Rans S-9 Chaos. Before, during celebrations of the Bicentennial, these aircraft were a major player among the events that took place in Buenos Aires.