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Small Plane Crashes near Fairbanks, Alaska; Two Killed

A small plane crashed near Fairbanks, Alaska, on May 27th.

The single-engine plane was carrying two people when it went down approximately 50 miles east of Fairbanks.

Both occupants of the plane were killed in the accident. They were identified as Sam Richard Brice, 81, of Fairbanks, and Howard A. “Buzz” Otis, 63, of North Pole, Alaska.

The incident is being investigated.

Air India Flight Diverts to Ankara due to Medical Emergency

Air India flight 130 had to divert and make an emergency landing in Ankara, Turkey, on February 16th.

The plane flying from London, England, to Mumbai, India, was diverted after a 63-year-old Portuguese passenger suffered a suspected cardiac arrest.

The plane landed safely. The passenger, identified as Agnelo Bareto, was rushed to a hospital.

Two Injured after Small Plane Crashed in Michigan

A small plane crashed at Park Township Airport in Holland, Michigan, on June 29th.

Authorities said the plane veered off the runway and overturned as it was attempting to land at the airport.

There were two people aboard at the time including the pilot Richard Henley, 63, of Holland, and his passenger Leyland Klink, 71, of Spring Lake. The pilot was taken to hospital with serious injuries while the passenger was treated at the scene.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.

Two Killed after Small Plane Crashes in Texas

A single-engine plane crashed immediately after take off from Elmdale Airpark in Abilene, Texas, on March 1st.

Authorities said the two-seater Vans RV-6 experimental aircraft went down near the end of the runway.

There were two people aboard at the time; Both of them were killed in the crash. They were identified as James Estol Hathcock, 63, and Aaron T. Taylor, 33, both of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

3 Dead, 1 Missing after Small Plane Crashes in Victoria

A small plane crashed into water at Barwon Heads on Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia, on January 29.

Authorities said the four-seater plane, flying from Moorabbin, went down some 2 kilometers off Collendina Beach.

Three people were killed in the accident while a fourth occupant is missing. The passengers included a 68-year-old man from Noble Park, a 63-year-old woman from Black Rock, a 65-year-old man from Black Rock, and 55-year-old man from Mordialloc.

The incident is being investigated.

Two Killed as Small Plane Crashes near Colorado Springs Airport

A small plane crashed near Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on November 9.

The Cirrus SR22 single-engine, low-wing plane had just taken off from the Colorado Springs Airport when it lost power and went down.

There were two people aboard at the time; both of them were killed in the crash. They were identified as Mike Fritzel and Paula Fritzel, both 63.

The FAA was investigating.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Jackson County Highway

emergencyA small plane made an emergency landing at Highway 63 in Jackson County, Mississippi, on November 8.

The single-engine plane was en-route from St. Elmo, Mobile County, when it lost power, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

The plane landed safely. The pilot, who was the only one aboard, remained unhurt.

The FAA is investigating.

Piper Crashes in Virginia

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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