A recent plane crash in Texas, which caused "considerable damage" and at least one injured person, was caused by a cascade of gender revelation, a senior official said Friday.
An Air Tractor AT 602 crashed on September 7 in Turkey, a small town 90 kilometers west of the border with Oklahoma, after having slowed down too much to evacuate "350 gallons of pink water", thus revealing his sexual identity, the National Transportation Safety Board said.
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The pilot reportedly told officers that they were maneuvering at low altitude when the aircraft was "getting too slow," resulting in an aerodynamic stall before collapsing.
"The aircraft has suffered significant damage to the fuselage, the right wing and the empennage," reads the report in the NTSB.
An inspector from the Federal Aviation Administration also reported that there were two people on board the single-seat aircraft.
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The pilot was slightly injured and the second passenger was not injured.
A 56 year old woman living in Iowa died last month after being struck by the debris of an explosion at a party revealing the genre.