Colorado plane crash could have been suicide

by NPHM | March 25th, 2011

March 24, 2011

A Colorado plane crash may have been the result of a suicide, The Coloradoan reports.

There are conflicting facts about the Colorado plane crash between the coroner’s office and the National Transportation Safety Board.

The National Transportation Safety Board is still working on details from the Colorado plane crash, and it wants to be absolutely certain before making a finding. The board still rules the Colorado plane crash as an accident.

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How do you think suicide can be determined to be the reason for this Colorado plane crash?

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