Sandon pilot interviewed in Hertfordshire by police about Shoreham Air Show crash

PUBLISHED: 10:15 21 December 2015 | UPDATED: 16:00 21 December 2015

Pilot Andy Hill voluntarily attended an appointment at a police station in Hertfordshire following the Shoreham Air Show crash in August.

Pilot Andy Hill voluntarily attended an appointment at a police station in Hertfordshire following the Shoreham Air Show crash in August.

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The pilot involved in the Shoreham Air Show crash which killed 11 people in August has been interviewed at a police station in Hertfordshire.

Andy Hill from Sandon voluntarily attended an appointment in Herts on Thursday with officers from the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team, just under four months after his Hunter jet crashed on the A27 at Shoreham.

The 51-year-old – who was initially in a critical condition after the crash but was released from hospital in September – was interviewed under caution, but not arrested.

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