Vermont Dentist and Office Manager Killed in North Carolina Plane Crash

May 10th, 2011 | Other accidents

May 10, 2011 A Vermont dentist and his office manager both died when a small single-engine private plane crashed in a cornfield in Jacksonville, North Carolina, on Friday. The 52-year-old dentist from Waterbury Center, Vermont, was piloting his 2004 Lancair plane when he began to lose fuel pressure, which he reported to the Wilmington, North… Read More

Pilot Killed in Louisiana Plane Crash

May 6th, 2011 | Other accidents

May 6, 2001 A pilot died in a small plane crash outside of Shreveport, Louisiana, on Wednesday around noon. The pilot, a seventy-one-year old resident of Bossier City, piloted the experimental Europa aircraft, which crashed between a cluster of oak trees on a private farm. When emergency crews arrived at the scene, they found the… Read More

Man sustains life-threatening injuries after Wisconsin plane crash

May 2nd, 2011 | Aviation accident

May 2, 2011 A Wisconsin plane crash left a man with life-threatening injuries, according to greenbaypressgazette.com. The man was an experienced pilot, but witnesses say he was flying the aircraft for the first time before the Wisconsin plane crash occurred. The experimental aircraft lost power and the plane crashed in a field east of Carter Airport in… Read More

Two die in Georgia plane crash

March 9th, 2011 | Other accidents

March 9, 2011 A Georgia plane crash resulted in the death of two, according to ajc.com. The aircraft was used for skydiving and was at Tara Field for maintenance before the Georgia plane crash. The pilot was flying the plane and doing short, routine post-maintenance flight runs, and the plane crashed on the last run. The… Read More