World War II-Era Plane Crashed; 2 Killed

Thursday, June 5, 2014
By George Hatcher

A two-seater North American AT-6C, a World War II-era airplane, crashed at about 3:30 p.m. near Buckley, Washington, on June 4.

The small plane had been sputtering and flying low before crashing in a wooded area, around 40 miles southeast of Seattle.

Two people aboard the plane were killed. The victims have been identified as James Robert Cawley, 62 and Rodney John Richardson, 72; both of them were residents of Buckley.

The National Transportation Safety Board has been informed of the accident.

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