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YouTuber Trevor Jacob purposely crashed plane, FAA says
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YouTuber Trevor Jacob's private pilot license has been revoked after the Federal Aviation Administration determined he purposely crashed his plane in California in the fall.
The FAA is demanding that Jacob immediately surrender his certificate and any other certificates he holds following the November incident, which had been posted to his YouTube channel.
The clip, "I Crashed My Plane," has amassed more than 1.7 million views since being posted in December.
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The FAA said Jacob was the sole pilot of a plane (registered as N29508) that took off from Lompoc, California, Nov. 24. During the flight, Jacob jumped out of the plane while wearing a sport parachute backpack container, causing the plane to crash in the Los Padres National Forest in California, according to the FAA.