Cessna 150 Crashed in Adams County, CO: 2 Killed

Sunday, June 1, 2014
By George Hatcher

CessnaA single-engine, two-seater Cessna 150, fixed-wing airplane crashed in an open field near Imboden Road in Adams County, Colorado, on the morning of May 31.

The accident killed two men, including the pilot.

Although the names of the deceased have not so far been officially released, Amritpal Singh of Aurora, the owner of the plane, was said to be flying it at the time of crash. The other victim was a musician visiting the town to participate in a concert scheduled for the same night at Adams City High School.

The aircraft took off at midnight from Front Range Airport in Adams County. The family members reported it missing at 3:45 a.m., and the wreckage was found at 7:30 a.m.

Adams County Sheriff’s Office is further investigating the crash.

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