South Bend Hawker Crash Update
A news agency has reported about the clean up of the plane crash in South Bend on March 13, 2013.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has observed the scene and is part of the team assessing the damage. NTSB said that the clean-up process generally “falls on the source that caused the contamination. Since the damage came from that private jet, its owner and/or insurance company would be responsible.”
Firemen who are working the scene will be paid by the South Bend Fire Dept, but the insurance company will probably repay the SBFD.
Insurance companies are also key in providing compensation to families, especially when there is a traceable failure.
The two aboard the flight, Wes Caves and Steve Davis were ejected from the plane and were found inside one of the houses that was damaged in the crash. Caves owned 7700 ENTERPRISES OF MONTANA LLC which is the plane’s owner of record.
The cause of the HAWKER BEECHCRAFT CORP Premier jet #N26DK crash has not yet been determined.
The FAA report says only that the…AIRCRAFT CRASHED OFF THE DEPARTURE END OF THE RUNWAY INTO A RESIDENTIAL AREA, THERE WERE 4 PERSONS ON BOARD, 2 WERE FATALLY INJURED, 2 SUSTAINED UNKNOWN INJURIES, DAMAGE: DESTROYED, SOUTH BEND, IN