August 18th, 2010|
August 12, 2010
An airplane crash took the lives of two men.
According to timesonline.com, a twin-engine airplane crashed into a house.
Witnesses who saw the plane crash said it sounded like the engine had stalled, and an investigation is ongoing.
Investigators are still collecting any radar data and air traffic control communications records and other records they deemed to be necessary.
Do you think keeping tight records of commercial and private aircraft makes them safer to fly? How often do you think an airplane’s records should be checked?
If you or someone you know feels as though their safety has been compromised while flying, the aviation accident lawyers at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy can help.