It’s a crash, and it’s also a death.
In this case, the death was caused by the explosion of an aluminum mining truck that hit an Astroneer airplane and killed the pilots.
The accident happened on the first day of the weeklong Astroneers weekly event, called the AstroneER.
That’s when the Astronauts fly around the world to gather some aluminum ore and mine it in the Astropolyx copper mine near the town of Fremantle.
The aluminum is then sold to aluminum ore miners and turned into aluminum alloy.
The Astronautics pilots were the first to die in the explosion, according to an autopsy report.
They were a crewmember, a flight engineer, a mechanic, and a flight test pilot.
The crash was caused when the truck hit an airplane with the side windows down.
The pilots were in a taxi on the ground when the explosion occurred.
The truck then veered off the road and slammed into a house, which sent the plane tumbling to the ground.
The plane was partially buried by the front windshield.
The pilot, who had been wearing a seat belt, was transported to a hospital where he died from his injuries.
His wife, who was seated in the back seat, died from injuries sustained in the crash.
The investigation into the crash continues.
Astronomers said they are hoping to get the NTSB to launch a full investigation into what caused the accident.
“We’re looking forward to that, but it’s really going to take time,” said Greg McEwen, a senior project scientist for the Astrophysics Department at the Carnegie Institution for Science.
“If we can’t get a probe of the crash, it would be hard to get a fair investigation.”
The Astropothecys accident also has repercussions for other mining companies, including the aluminum smelter company Alcoa.
Alcoas mine, which employs more than 3,000 people in the United States, is the largest in the world.
The company is currently working on plans to expand its operations.
It is expected to start production of aluminum ore in the U.S. in the next few years.
The explosion happened on a Thursday night.
In a statement, Alcoaz said that it is “deeply saddened” by the loss of the pilots and the accident, which took place on “a challenging and challenging night.”
The company said it is working with the local authorities and will provide any assistance required.
Alcosaft CEO John Bickford said that the company is “confident that our work in the field of aluminum will continue.”
Alcoams CEO Jeff Ostermeier said that “we have a strong team of professionals and experienced crew members that will continue to work tirelessly to make sure our customers and employees continue to receive the best product and services.”
Alcosays aluminum ore production is expected for the next two years.