National Transporation Safety Board reports on Indiana plane crash of Purdue students

by nph | February 22nd, 2011

February 22, 2011

A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says the Indiana plane crash involving two Purdue students occurred when the plane was making a turn, jconline.com reports.

The plane crashed into a wooded area Feb. 15. It was a 942 Taylorcraft DC0-65 single-engine plane.

The 22-year-old passenger called 911, which is what helped emergency personnel locate the plane within 15 minutes.

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