April 25th, 2011|
April 25, 2011
A family was killed in a Kansas plane crash.
According to wibw.com, the lead investigative agency of the Kansas plane crash reports that both engines were working upon impact.
Crews were hauling off pieces of the wreckage through the weekend, and the National Transportation Safety Board is looking into other factors of the Kansas plane crash.
A Beechcraft Baron 58 six-seater was involved in the Kansas plane crash.
Where do you think other errors lie in a plane crash if the aircraft is working mechanically? How often should pilots have to recertify for their licenses?
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