Planes were performing stunts at a festival in Bragado City, Buenos Aires, Argentina, when one plane cut it a little too close.
A video that’s been released shows the shocking moment when an airplane hit a metal radio antenna on Nov. 5, 2022.
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Spectators were attending the event to see airplane stunts.
But they were not expecting a collision to occur — or for spectators to be injured.
The video shows multiple planes performing stunts for a crowd of spectators at the festival before panning to a plane that was flying from behind — which ultimately hit the antenna.
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The metal antenna can be seen in the video breaking and appearing to fall, as the plane wing appears to be damaged as well.
The unexpected hit caused the DHC-1 Chipmunk airplane to make an emergency landing shortly after.
Injuries were among the most concerning factor, specifically for the pilot.
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However, the pilot survived the hit uninjured.
Some spectators, on the other hand, did take a hit.
Four spectators on the ground were wounded by falling debris from the scary encounter.
Two of the injured spectators were treated at the scene.
The others were taken to the hospital.
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The Transportation Safety Board of Argentina’s Ministry of Transport is said to be investigating the accident.