Weather contributes to Colorado Springs plane crash

by NPHM | January 5th, 2011

January 5, 2011

The National Transportation Safety Administration released a preliminary report on a Colorado Springs plane crash, ABC 7 reports.

The pilot was an Air Force bomber piloting a plane leaving from South Dakota. He and his wife died in the Colorado Springs plane crash. Investigators believe ice buildup may have been the cause of the Colorado Springs plane crash.

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How do you think weather affects flights during this time of year? Have you had a flight delayed or canceled because of inclement weather?

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