EMILIANO Sala’s pilot’s wife broke down in tears today as she revealed her “relief” the plane crash was out of his control after bombshell findings revealed they were poisoned by carbon monoxide. Nora Ibbotson said there was no way her husband David, 59, would have flown the plane if he had known of any potential leaks after toxicology results revealed he and Sala, 28, were exposed to “deadly” levels of the gas before the Channel crash. It is unclear whether the pair passed out and died on the plane from the exposure – or if they died from their injuries in the crash on January 21. But the findings come months after Mr Ibbotson was widely blamed for the fatal crash – with it previously being revealed he was colourblind and his licence restricted him to flying in daytime hours only. Speaking to Good Morning Britain from her home in Crowle, North Lincolnshire, Nora wiped away tears as she spoke of the fatal crash today. She said: “It is a relief because there was a problem and it was out of David’s control.”They couldn’t smell it, couldn’t see it. If he knew, he wouldn’t have flown it.” And the mum revealed her devastation that David’s… Read full this story
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