Und Aviation Student Death – The University of North Dakota’s aviation school has dropped all flight exercises after an understudy pilot from Chicago passed on in a plane accident.
The University of North Dakota plane went down around 8:30 p.m. Monday in a field close to the Traill County people group of Buxton, in northeastern North Dakota, as per the Highway Patrol. The Grand Forks-based school recognized the casualty as 19-year-old John Hauser, an understudy studying business avionics from Chicago.
Hauser, a sophomore, was articulated dead at the scene. School authorities have not expressed what sort of airplane he was flying.
College authorities said advising administrations are being presented to understudies.
College representative David Dodds said flight exercises were being stopped so the school could survey security conventions, yet in addition keeping in mind the person in question and give guidance to individual understudies.
UND’s flying school is one of the biggest such projects in the country, with more than 1,800 understudies and 500 employees.
The deadly accident was the first including a UND plane starting around 2007 when an understudy and flight educator was killed in focal Minnesota after their airplane crashed into geese, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
In 2000, a flight understudy died when he slammed a UND-claimed twin-motor plane in Rapid City, South Dakota, and specialists presumed he had ended his own life. The understudy had been accused of his second intoxicated driving offense daily before — a charge that would have made it hard for him to find a flying line of work.