https://www.cp24.com/news/pilot-of-smal ... -1.3803704
It appears to be a small piper low wing of some kind. The pilot walked away unscathed.
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On 24 March, after crash landing his aircraft during a practice flight in front of General John Higgins, Bishop was ordered to return to flight school at Upavon. Major Alan Scott, the new commander of 60 Squadron, convinced Higgins to let him stay until a replacement arrived. The next day, Bishop claimed his first victory when his was one of four Nieuports that engaged three Albatros D.III Scouts near St Leger.
...and I thought he was talking about the Billy Bishop crashing...