A member of the Canadian Armed Forces died in a Snowbird plane crash in Kamloops today.
The Kamloops Airport says emergency crews were responding to the crash.
The Snowbirds aerobatics team was scheduled to make a trip from Kamloops to Vernon today as part of Operation Inspiration during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Operation Inspiration started in Nova Scotia earlier this month and features the team's signature nine-jet formation.
It was aimed at boosting morale as Canadians continue to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The scheduled start was delayed because of rain and low visibility.
Operation Inspiration followed a similar initiative south of the border, where the U.S. military's own flight demonstration teams have been flying in honour of front-line workers and first responders
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