Piper Crashes in Virginia

Monday, March 18, 2013
By George Hatcher

Two people survived a crash three miles from Stafford Regional Airport, Virginia. They impacted in a wooded area about 3 miles southeast of the runway.

The Total Security Products Corp Piper PA32-301FT 6X en route from Hummel Field to Stafford Regional Airport crashed on approach to Stafford, injuring the two people aboard the plane, the pilot and the owner of Total Security Products Corp.

The sixty-three year old pilot was flying the 51 year old owner of the plane. The pilot, Daniel H. Hoyt, 63, of White Stone and Alberto Luis Toledo, 51, of Irvington were hospitalized at Mary Washington Hospital for their injuries.

The crash is under investigation.

The accident occurred at 7:a.m. on March 18 2013

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