Small plane crashes in New Jersey

April 16th, 2012 | Aviation accident

April 16, 2012 “They got lucky,” said Lincoln Park Fire Chief Sal Marino, whose volunteer department responded to a plane crash on Sunday afternoon, according to A 2005 AG-5B Tiger Aircraft crash-landed at Lincoln Park Airport. Witnesses say that it bounced twice on the runway and then landed in a tree. Its two occupants… Read More

N.J. small plane crash kills five

December 21st, 2011 | Aviation accident

December 21, 2011 On Tuesday in Morris Township, New Jersey, a high-performance Socata TBM-700 turboprop plane spun out of control and crashed in a fireball on a busy highway, killing all five people aboard and narrowly missing dozens of vehicles speeding by, reports CBS News. It was a normal takeoff with a routine conversation with… Read More

Pilot Error Caused 2010 New Jersey Plane Crash That Killed 3

October 10th, 2011 | Aviation accident

October 10, 2011 A team of investigators has determined that pilot error is to blame in the July 2010 plane crash that killed three people in New Jersey. Killed in the crash were the 70-year-old female pilot, a Manhattan rheumatologist, as well as a 44-year-old man and his wife. The single-engine plane, a Cirrus SR22,… Read More