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Michael Hugh England, 57, from Cheltenham, circled the airfield at Cotswold Gilding Club in Gloucester several times, the hearing was told.He then flew the glider into a steep dive into the ground at the club, which is located between Chalford and Minchinhampton.The AAIB twitter feed (see below) has announced that they are investigating a glider accident near Cirencester, Gloucestershire.One fatality (a 57-year old man) has been reported.The hearing was also told that he died of multiple injuries at the scene. It is understood that Mr England was a member of the Cotswold Gliding Club and had borrowed the glider. The incident is currently under investigation by Air Accident Investigation Branch of the Department for Transport, and the Police, in conjunction with the British Gliding Association.
Extinction not just of our coral reefs, or our ecosystems… The reason is very simple: you can’t cut a deal with the laws of physics, and we don’t intend to try.At the present time there is no indication as to the cause of the accident.The pilots name will be released by the police once the next of kin have been informed.Emergency services attended the wreckage of a crashed glider at Cotswold Gliding Club earlier this month.
A pre-hearing inquest at Gloucester Coroner's Court was told that after the crash on June 14, police found the suicide note at his home. Richard Wills told the Gloucestershire Echo: 'It went in to a vertical dive at around 250ft up, and there was a bang where it hit a hangar.