January 18th, 2011|
January 18, 2011
A Tennessee plane crash occurred near Clarkville, according to theleafchronicle.com.
A man was flying a single-engine aircraft when the plane crashed in front of a field in a residential area. The pilot was not injured in the Tennessee plane crash, which he says was caused by throttle problems.
The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have not yet started their investigation on the Tennessee plane crash.
What do you think causes single-engine plane crashes? Do you think pilots overlook certain things before they take off?
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