Alerted by Sweden's Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre (JRCC), a small propeller plane crashed near Orebro airport, about 160 kilometers (100 miles) west of Stockholm.
Source: Hindustan Times.
Police and rescue services reported that many people have died after a small aircraft used for skydiving with nine people on board crashed near an airport outside Orebro in Sweden.
LOCATION OF AIRCRAFT. They located the aircraft alongside one runway, Carl-Johan Linde, spokesperson for the Swedish Maritime Authority which oversees the JRCC, told AFP. The accident took place as the plane was taking off. Nine people were reported to be on board: eight skydivers and the pilot. Lars Hedelin, a spokesperson for the Bergslagen region police, referred to "multiple" deaths. He mentioned that one person had been taken to hospital with grave injuries. In 2019, nine people were killed when a plane carrying skydivers crashed outside the city of Umea, northeast Sweden.