December 6th, 2010|
December 6, 2010
A small plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico about 170 miles south of New Orleans, according to klfy.com.
Four people were involved in the plane crash.
A crew of an offshore drilling unit rescued the four people involved in the plane crash. All four people on board survived the plane crash.
What risk factors do you think are overlooked as small planes fly over the ocean? What conditions are likely to contribute to small plane crashes over the ocean?
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