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2 Taken to Hospital After Small Plane Crashes Off Long Island Coast

A small plane crashed into the Long Island Sound near Shoreham, Suffolk County, New York, on December 11th.

Authorities said the pilot reported engine issues before the Beech BE36 plane went down.

There were two people aboard at the time, including the pilot Inderpal Chhabra, 48, and passenger David Tobachnik, 59. Both were shifted to Stony Brook University Hospital.

Small Plane Crash-Lands in Surprise, AZ; 1 Killed, 1 Injured

A 1956 Beech G35 plane crash-landed in Surprise, Arizona, on May 7th.

Authorities said the pilot managed to land in a greenbelt area inside a gated community for elderly people.

There were two people aboard the plane at the time; one of them was killed while the other one was critically injured. The deceased was identified as Joshua Merrill, 31, of Peoria.

The incident is being investigated.

Small Plane Crashes in New York; 3 Killed

A small plane crashed in Syosset, New York, on May 3rd.

The Beech BE-35 aircraft took off from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and was en-route to Plainville, Connecticut, when it broke up mid-air.

There were three people aboard at the time, including two men and a woman; all of them were killed in the crash.

Authorities said the pilot reported issues with his instrument panel shortly before the crash.

The FAA is investigating.

Exploits Vallet Air Service Plane makes Hard Landing in Canada

EVASExploits Vallet Air Service flight AC-7804 made a hard landing at Gander International Airport, Canada, on April 20.

The Beech 1900D, flying on behalf of Air Canada, had its nose gear collapsed causing it to skid on its nose to a stop on the runway.

There were 14 passengers and 2 crew members aboard. Three of them were injured.

The plane sustained minor damage.

Small Plane Crashed near Steamboat Springs Airport; No Injuries Reported

A small plane crashed into a snowy field near Steamboat Springs Airport, Colorado, on January 22.

It is believed that the 1959 Beech K35 aircraft lost power shortly after taking off from the airport.

The pilot, who was the only one aboard, remained uninjured.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.

Border Security Force Plane Crashed in New Delhi; 10 Killed

A Border Security Force (BSF) plane crashed near Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Dehli, India, on December 22.

The Beech SuperKing B200 aircraft, carrying 10 BSF personnel, went down just after taking off from the Delhi airport. Authorities believe the plane’s left engine stopped working, causing it to crash into the wall of airport’s sewage treatment plant and ending up in the water.

All ten personnel aboard the plane were killed in the crash.

The accident is being investigated.

Plane Crashes in South Bend

The pilot of a Montana Beechcraft Premier I Twin Jet en route from Tulsa Oklahoma attempted a landing about 4:15 p.m but aborted to make a go round.

The pilot failed to return to the airport.

Eight minutes later, the 7700 Enterprises-owned plane crashed near South Bend Regional Airport on March 17, 2013. The jet clipped a house, damaged the next, and impacted the final house where it came to rest.

Leaking fuel posed a danger so area electricity was cut off. Two fatalities were reported, including Wes Caves, the owner of the business that owns the plane.

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