Washington plane crash takes child’s life

by nph | January 24th, 2011

January 24, 2011

A 6-year-old child lost his life after a Washington plane crash on Lake Goodwin.

The boy was trapped when the plane crashed and flipped on the lake. He was under water with an estimated temperature of 41 degrees, and it took rescue crews nearly 25 minutes to get to him after the Washington plane crash, according to ktbvb.com.

The boy’s father, the pilot of aircraft, survived the Washington plane crash.

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