Deadly Air Show Crash Caught On Video

A horrific and deadly plane crash was caught on camera this weekend during an air show in Brazil.

According to NY Daily News, the pilot, Ladislao Tejedor Romero, 35, was killed during the plane crash and more than a dozen spectators were injured by debris.

More than 3,000 people gathered at the Cuatro Vientos airfield to watch the airshow. Romero, an experienced pilot, was flying a 1950s HA-200 Saeta. The crowd watched as Romero did a few aerial stunts but the mood at the airshow quickly changed when the plan fell from the sky.

A giant fireball was captured on camera as the 1950s Saeta crashed into the ground. The pilot was the only person killed during the air show crash but 18 people in the crowd were injured from debris. Two rescue workers were also treated for burns and smoke inhalation.

The cause of the crash is not known at this time.

The air show at the Cuatro Vientos airfield featured several antique planes and high-flying acrobatics. NBC reports that the plane involved in the crash was one of the first jet propelled planes to be manufactured in Spain.

You can watch the video below. The actual crash is hidden behind a large tent but some may still find the video a little disturbing.