Investigators continue inspection in fatal North Myrtle Beach plane crash

by NPHM | January 20th, 2011

January 20, 2011

Federal investigators have looked further into a North Myrtle Beach plane crash that has killed two people, WCBV reports.

They said the 62-year-old pilot was practicing touch and go landings and that there was nothing wrong with the aircraft before the plane crashed.

The plane crashed into an RV park, killing a 70-year-old woman inside her home. Officials are still investigating the North Myrtle Beach plane crash.

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Why do you think it takes so long to investigate a plane crash? Do you think there’s a way the system could be improved?

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