Two die in Texas plane crash

by nph | April 20th, 2011

April 19, 2011

Two people have died in a Texas plane crash, according to upi.com.

The single-engine fixed wing plane took off from San Angelo Region Airport/Mathis Field and disappeared off of the radar before the Texas plane crash about 30 minutes after take-off.

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane was registered as an amateur experimental aircraft. The two who died in the Texas plane crash were active-duty military personnel.

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Do you think amateur aircraft should be better regulated by the FAA to prevent plane crashes? What should the FAA do to change how amateur aircraft are regulated?

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