VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - The last crash at the Dayton Air Show was back in July 2007.
Veteran stunt pilot Jim LeRoy was killed when his biplane crashed into the runway.
He was performing loop-to-loops at the time. The plane caught fire on impact.
An air show spectator that year told 2 NEWS, "When he went down it looked like he was going to be in trouble cause he was really low. You just didn't expect it. It just happened so suddenly."
The National Transportation Safety Board ruled that the, "pilot's restricted ability to see the terrain and oil and smoke present from an earlier demonstration contributed to the crash."
LeRoy was unable to see how close he was to the runway. He had no room for error, so the plane hit the ground.
LeRoy was a 14 year air show veteran.
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