A 69-year-old pilot who was killed after his First World War replica plane crashed into an airfield in Hampshire last month, has been named as John Ray from Horsham, in Sussex. An inquest heard how he had to be identified by dental records.
Mid Hampshire Coroner Grahame Short - sitting at Chandler Ford - was told he died from multiple injuries. The inquest was adjourned to a date to be fixed.
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