Pilot dies in South Carolina plane crash

by NPHM | November 1st, 2010

A man is dead after a South Carolina plane crash.

A pilot flying a Cessna 210/G crashed in Aiken County, South Carolina during a flight that should have only taken 20 minutes.

Electrical workers heard a loud explosion not long after the plane took off. They discovered an airplane had crashed.

According to wjbf.com, the weather at the time was foggy, raining severely and windy.

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Do you think pilots use their best judgment of weather before they take off? How often do you think weather plays a factor in plane crashes?

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