Eyewitness: Plane was 'flying too low and too slow'

One man died, and two are critically injured, after the crash on Sunday morning. Credit: Richard Birch

An eyewitness to yesterday's crash at Caernarfon Airport has told ITV News "you could tell straight away that something was wrong - [the plane] seemed to be flying too low and too slow."

Jean Hewitt, who owns a caravan at Morfa Lodge Caravan Park, adjoining to the airport, said: "We're used to seeing planes come over the park and this one wasn't flying like the others."

"We heard a loud crash and everyone went running over."

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Tributes to plane crash victim

Tributes have been paid to a 37-year-old Iain Nuttall from Blackburn, who died in Sunday's plane crash at Caernarfon Airport. Mr Nuttall's five-year-old son was seriously injured, and the boy's grandfather, 61, critically injured.