Couple involved in single-engine plane crash

by NPHM | July 23rd, 2010

July 22, 2010

According to The Associated Press, two people were hospitalized after a single-engine plane crashe in Gallup, New Mexico.

A man and his wife were flying to Flagstaff, Arizona, when he attempted to land for fuel. After the touchdown, the aircraft resumed flight but lost speed and altitude about 2 miles from the airport.

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How often do you think a pilot’s error results in a plane crash? Do you think pilots who are at fault for private plane crashes should be required to take a safety course or be retested?

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