Investigators review possible causes of Oklahoma plane crash

by nph | November 19th, 2010

November 19, 2010

Federal investigators are looking into the cause of an Oklahoma plane crash.

The plane reportedly dove into the ground near Interstate 40, according to chron.com.

The pilot died in the Oklahoma plane crash. He was flying a Beechcraft Bonanza during the plane crash.

Investigators are reviewing several conditions that could have played a role in the Oklahoma plane crash, including weather, radar data and the pilot’s training records.

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What do you think investigators should pay the most attention to when they’re reviewing causes of a plane crash? Do you think any factors are overlooked?

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