A military warplane pilot was killed when the plane crashed in the mountains north of Los Angeles on Saturday, officials from Los Angeles County reported. h in the mountains of Santa Susanna north of Porter's ranch.
Airplanes were found in "remote terrain" by a LAFD rescue helicopter who dropped a parachutist on the ground.
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The fire authorities have said the paramedic discovered the dead pilot in the debris field. Officials said he was the only airplane occupant at that time, and there was no reported fire at the site of the crash.
The plane involved in the crash was a one-engine aircraft from 1979 on Nanchang CJ-6A, which had a replica of American military emblems. This type of aircraft, however, was actually based on Chinese military planes.
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The Canadian Air Force Heritage Museum said the airplane is still used in aviation and crops.
"It is believed that over 10,600 of all species are built," the group notes. "An unknown number remains in military service around the world and over 200 are in private hands."
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LAFD said the pilot's identity was not immediately public. The accident is being investigated by the National Transport Safety Board.