Indiana pilot crashes twin-engine plane

November 14th, 2011 | Aviation accident

November 14, 2011 On Friday a Centerville, Indiana, man crashed a twin-engine plane into a creek more than 1,000 feet from the Connersville’s Mettel Field runway, Indiana state police said. The 62-year-old pilot was treated at the scene for minor cuts and abrasions. He said he was not sure what caused the Beechcraft Baron plane… Read More

NTSB Determines Cause of Indiana Plane Crash That Killed Purdue Student

July 29th, 2011 | Aviation accident

July 29, 2011 Investigators have determined that pilot error caused the plane crash that took the life of a Purdue University student near small town Americus, Indiana, in February 2011. The vintage plane—a 1942 Taylorcraft DCO-65 single-engine—went down nose first into a wooded area, slamming into the snow-covered ground on the afternoon of February 15.… Read More

Autopsy confirms death of pilot during Indiana plane crash

May 3rd, 2011 | Other accidents

May 3, 2011 A man has died from injuries sustained during an Indiana plane crash that took place at South Bend Airport, according to wndu.com. A gust of wind caught him, lifted the right wing and he landed on the left wing in the Indiana plane crash. He was taken to Memorial Hospital following the… Read More