Wind contributes to Washington plane crash

by nph | December 16th, 2010

December 16, 2010

Wind conditions may have been he cause of a Washington plane crash, according to tri-cityherald.com.

A 1941 Taylorcraft airplane crashed onto a muddy field. The pilot was OK.

The pilot said he was blinded by the sun and caught by the wind about the same time, contributing to the Washington plane crash.

The aircraft was blown into the trees where it struck branches.

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What do you think contributes to small plane crashes? How does weather affect small aircraft?

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