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2 Dead, 2 Injured in New York Helicopter Crash

A helicopter crashed in Beekmantown, New York, on October 30th.

Authorities said the aircraft got tangled in the power lines and caught fire before it went down.

Two occupants of the aircraft were killed in the crash. Two others were injured.

It is believed that the helicopter was contracted by Northline Utilities.

Helicopter Crashes in Sebring, FL; 2 Dead, 1 Injured

A helicopter crashed into a mobile home in Sebring, Florida, on October 31st.

The helicopter was carrying two people when it went down in Sebring Falls Mobile Home Park.

Both occupants of the aircraft were killed in the crash. They were identified as the pilot Christopher Lord, 45, and his passenger Christopher Brugger, 52.

One person on the ground was injured and was taken to a hospital.

Buenos Aires-Bound Aerolineas Argentinas Flight Encounters Turbulence

Aerolineas Argentinas flight AR-1303 encountered severe turbulence on the way to Buenos Aires, Argentina, on October 18th.

The Airbus A330-200 plane was flying from Miami, Florida, when it hit turbulence that injured fifteen people.

The plane continued for a safe landing. Medical assistance was provided at the airport. Eight of the injured were taken to a hospital.

Frontier Airlines Plane Returns to Denver After Encountering Turbulence

Frontier Airlines flight F9-190 had to return and make an emergency landing in Denver, Colorado, on October 12th.

The Airbus A319-100 plane took off for Austin, Texas, but had to turn back after it hit severe turbulence that injured a flight attendant.

The plane landed back safely.

Barcelona-Bound Air Transat Flight Hits Turbulence; 5 Injured

Air Transat flight TS-258 encountered turbulence on the way to Barcelona, Spain, on September 27th.

The Airbus A310-300 plane was flying from Montreal, Canada, when it hit turbulence that injured five people.

The plane continued for a safe landing. One passenger was taken to a hospital.

Plane Crashes at Greenville Downtown Airport; 2 Dead, 2 Injured

A Dassault-Breguet Falcon 50 plane crashed at Greenville Downtown Airport in South Carolina, on September 27th.

Authorities said the plane went off the runway after landing and crashed at the edge of Airport Road.

Two people were killed in the crash, including the pilot and the co-pilot. Two others were injured and were taken to a hospital.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.

UTAir Flight Overruns Runway in Sochi, Russia; 18 Injured

UTAir flight UT-579 overran the end of the runway on landing in Sochi, Russia, on September 1st.

The incident happened when the Boeing 737-800 plane was coming from Moscow, Russia.

The plane came to stop in a river bed off the runway and its left engine caught fire.

There were one hundred and seventy people aboard at the time; eighteen of them were injured.

An airport worker died after having a heart attack at the scene of the incident.

Skydiving Plane Crashes at East Georgia Regional Airport; 4 Killed, 1 Injured

A skydiving plane crashed at East Georgia Regional Airport in Swainsboro, Georgia, on August 25th.

The plane was carrying five people when it went down.

Four people were killed in the crash. They were identified as Staff Sergeant Aliaksandr “Alex” Bahrytsevich, 31, of Raeford, NC; Justin Duff, 42, of Statesboro, GA; Andrew Swenson, 23, of Daytona Beach, FL; and Chris Eldridge, 42, of Rincon, GA.

The fifth occupant of the plane, identified as William Middlebrooks, suffered injuries and was taken to a hospital.

The plane was owned by The Jumping Place Skydiving Center in Statesboro, Georgia.

Small Plane Crashes in Maryland; 2 Dead

A small plane crashed in Carroll County, Maryland, on August 18th.

Authorities said the wreckage was found in an open field near Baugher Road in Westminster.

There were two people aboard at the time; both were killed in the crash. They were later identified as the pilot Michael Kilpatrick, 62, and his passenger Robert Johnson, 56.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Aeromexico Plane Crashes in Mexico; 85 Injured

Aeromexico flight AM-2431 crashed shortly after takeoff from Durango International Airport, Mexico, on July 31st.

The incident happened when the plane, carrying ninety-nine passengers and four crew members, was heading to Mexico City, Mexico.

Eighty-five people were injured in the incident.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

11 Injured After Plane Crashes in Alaska

A plane crashed on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska, on July 10th.

The plane was carrying eleven people when it went down, shortly after taking off for Ketchikan.

According to Coast Guard officials, all eleven occupants suffered minor injuries.

It is believed that the plane belongs to Taquan Air, which provides sightseeing services and scheduled flights.

Gol Linhas Aereas Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Brazil

Gol Linhas Aereas flight G3-9126 had to return and make an emergency landing in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on July 9th.

The Boeing 737-800 plane took off for Fortaleza, Brazil, but had to turn back after sudden aircraft movements injured two flight attendants.

The plane landed safely.

Helicopter Crashes in Puerto Rico; 1 Killed, 3 Injured

A private helicopter crashed on a beach in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, on June 30th.

It is believed that the aircraft was carrying four people when it went down.

One person was killed in the crash. He was identified as Carlos Virelles Jimenez, 53. Three others were injured.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Small Plane Crashes in Detroit; 2 Dead, 1 Injured

A small plane crashed in Detroit, Michigan, on June 24th.

The plane, carrying three people, was heading to Coleman A. Young International Airport when it hit a power line and went down.

Two people were killed in the crash. The third occupant of the plane was injured.

The FAA and the NTSB will investigate.

American Airlines Flight Hits Turbulence Near DFW Airport

American Airlines flight AA-60 encountered turbulence on the way to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas, on June 10th.

The Boeing 777-200 plane flying from Narita International Airport, Japan, was on approach to DFW airport when it hit turbulence.

The plane continued for a safe landing.

According to the FAA, several people were injured in the incident.

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