February 28th, 2011|
February 25, 2011
Federal investigators are looking into clues for the cause of an Indiana plane crash, pal-item.com reports.
The National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration took a look at land on a farm where the Indiana plane crash happened.
The aircraft was a twin-engine Cessna, and the only person in the Indiana plane crash was the pilot, who died from his injuries.
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