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Before the crash, a video captured an 11-year-old flying plane and his father guzzling beer.

A video has surfaced on social media depicting a father-son pair who died after their plane crashed into lava in Brazil. The shocking footage shows the man downing beer while his son controls the private plane, leading to the death of three people. Garon Maia, the widow’s mother, reportedly took her own life after being interred for lack of cause on August 1.

The Sun reported that in the video, Garon Maia, 42, instructs his son to fly a plane and drink beer. The father then approaches the ground after taking off from tarmac, saying, “Nothing in front of us, okay. Come on, 600 horses, you can push. 600 Kiko, go.”

“Good woman, hold the lever with your hand. Keep your gaze up and down and assess the speed,” he declared.

He subsequently breaks a beer and inquires to his son, “Does anyone else want to drink one?”

The father’s involvement in the plane crash is being investigated by Brazil police to determine the extent of his involvement. It is uncertain when the video of him swigging beer, but it was captured in person while his son operated the twin-engine Beechcraft Baron 58, which is valued at £900k (9.5 crore).

According to the Daily Mail, crash investigators stated that Maia had flown out of their ranch in Nova Conquista and then stopped at an airfield to refuel. He had reportedly planned to fly over a thousand miles back to his mother in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul from Francisco. The plane took off again at 5.30pm and crashed eight minutes later, vanishing from radar.

A Brazilian farm worker informed G1 that the plane crashed near the plowed land and his body was discovered on July 30 after rescue workers spent hours searching for bodies.

The Sun reported that the Research Center for the Prevention of Aeronautical Accidents is currently investigating the cause of the crash.

To fly a plane in Brazil, one must be at least 18 years old, have finished high school, and be registered with the National Civil Aviation Agency as per the country’s legislation.

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