Tennessee plane crash kills pilot

by NPHM | March 14th, 2011

March 14, 2011

A pilot has died as a result of a Smyrna, Tennessee plane crash, News Channel 5 reports.

The Cessna 310R crashed shortly after takeoff. It crashed near a residential area, but no one on the ground had Tennessee plane crash injuries.

The National Transportation Safety Board is currently looking into the cause of the Tennessee plane crash. It could take up to a year for an answer.

The Federal Aviation Administration said the pilot involved in the Tennessee plane crash had logged more than 13,000 hours of flying.

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