Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:52 pm
literal Google translate of the page linked by the op:
"A tourist plane crashed this Tuesday morning in the zoning of Aublain, in the Chimay region. The condition of the pilot, a British born in 1964 and only on board, is stable, said the substitute.
A Russian aircraft YAK-52 registered in Great Britain and renowned for its acrobatic virtues, took off from the Cerfontaine airfield with one person on board. The man, a seasoned pilot who trained in the Belgian Air Force and was captain of a British Ariways Boeing 747, faced an engine failure.
According to the pilot and witnesses heard by the prosecution , the plane would have had engine worries, " we heard it spinning before crashing, " they reported to the substitute.
An aeronautical expert has been appointed and the Directorate General of Air Transport who went down to the site required that the aircraft be returned to the Florennes air base for examination.
Slightly injured in the legs, the pilot who was extricated and evacuated by ambulance to the Chimay hospital in the early afternoon, is currently in stable condition."