Vintage plane crashes after Abbotsford Airshow; one person in critical condition, four others injured

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      Five people are in hosptal after a 1930s-era biplane crashed at Abbotsford Airport.

      It happened shortly after the Abbotsford Airshow ended for the day.

      All of the injured were onboard the deHaviland Dragon Rapide, which went down after takeoff. One person is in critical condition, another is in serious condition, and the three others do not have life-threatening injuries.

      The Transportation Safety Board is investigating.

      According to Abbotsford police, the airport is expected to reopen at 9 p.m.

      The biplane is from a U.S. museum and had reportedly been carring airshow visitors during the day.

      Sunday (August 12) is the final day of the Abbotsford Airshow.