Santa ana plane crash today
- Coroner Identifies Five Killed in Santa Ana Plane Crash
- Preliminary NTSB report on plane crash that departed from Concord doesn't indicate cause
Coroner Identifies Five Killed in Santa Ana Plane Crash
The pilot of a twin-engine plane that crashed in a Santa Ana shopping center earlier this month made contact with air traffic controllers at John.and for the
The Aug. The group was headed to a real estate conference in Anaheim. One person is dead and eight others were transported to nearby hospitals following a hazmat incident at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose. All eight transported were not considered to be in life-threatening condition. That is approximately 79 occupied rooms with over guests, according to the San Jose Fire Department. The Walnut Creek teenger who was paralyzed during a wrestling match at College Park High School is making remarkable progress.
More than three weeks after a small plane crashed in Santa Ana, killing all five on board, a report has been released detailing the moments before its descent but giving no information about what caused the plane to go down. No one on the ground was injured. There has been little information about what preceded the crash except that the pilot declared an emergency, although investigators did not know what the emergency was. Eric Weiss of the National Transportation Safety Board said another report detailing the investigation will come later, but it may be close to a year away. Then a final report will be issued. Investigators look over the remains of a Cessna, right, that crashed into a parked car, left, in the parking lot of a shopping center in Santa Ana. Investigators look over the remains of a Cessna that crashed into a parked car on Sunday, in the parking lot of a shopping center in Santa Ana.
The pilot of a twin-engine plane that crashed in a Santa Ana shopping center earlier this month made contact with air traffic controllers at John Wayne Airport several times before apparently losing control of the aircraft, according to a preliminary accident report by the National Transportation Safety Board. The Cessna , piloted by year-old Scott Shepherd, crashed outside a Staples office supply store in the block of Bristol Street, killing all five people aboard. Because of air traffic, the controller directed Shepherd to a different runway, but he said he was unable to land there, records show. Shepherd then was instructed to circle over South Coast Plaza. During that time, Shepherd indicated he could land on the second runway and began his descent, the NTSB reported.
Preliminary NTSB report on plane crash that departed from Concord doesn't indicate cause
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