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Small Plane Crashes in Connecticut; Two Killed

A small plane crashed near the North Branford-Guilford border in Connecticut, on September 16th.

The incident happened when the Mooney M20-C plane was carrying two people, including NASCAR modified championship racer Ted Christopher, 59, and the pilot Charles Dundas, 81.

Both occupants of the plane were killed in the crash.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Flagler Beach, Florida

A small plane had to make an emergency landing in Flagler Beach, Florida, on August 20th.

The 1968 Mooney plane caught fire after landing on the State Road 100 bridge.

There were two people aboard at the time; both of them remained uninjured.

The FAA is investigating.

Small Plane Crash Lands in Golf Course in Kansas

A small plane crash landed in Tallgrass Golf Course, Greenleaf Court, Wichita, Kansas, on March 18.

The Mooney M20C, heading from Nashville to Jabara Airport, had some problem with its engine when the pilot decided to land in emergency.

The plane received major damage to its wings.

Both the pilot and one passenger survived but suffered from injuries of varying intensities.

Small Plane Crashed near Whiteman Airport, California

A small plane crashed in the middle of a street near Whiteman Airport, Pacoima, California, on February 22nd.

It is believed that the fixed-wing, single-engine Mooney aircraft suffered engine failure before it went down in the 10100 block of North San Fernando Road, clipping several cars.

No injuries were reported.

The incident is being investigated.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Maryland

A 1965 Mooney aircraft made an emergency landing at Tipton Airport, Maryland, on November 22.

The plane took off from Tipton Airport but had to return shortly afterwards after it lost power due to a mechanical fault. The pilot Paul Antoinette, 48, of Baltimore, was heading to Florida at the time.

The plane landed uneventfully in a grassy area near the runway. The pilot remained uninjured.

Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Hillsborough Township after Wing Damage

emergencyA 1993 Mooney M20M aircraft made a controlled emergency landing at Central Jersey Regional Airport, Hillsborough Township, New Jersey, on September 19.

The Pennsylvania-bound plane was taking off from the airport when its left wing touched a chain link fence adjacent to the runway, causing damage and forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.

The plane landed safely. The pilot Ross Cole and his passenger Pamela Cole remained uninjured.

The incident is being investigated.

#Missing Mooney M20K found in Maule


Personal SANTIAGO the Police Special Operations Group found a plane that went missing in Picazo Alto, Chile. The plane was en route between Santiago and Temuco and disappeared from radar at about 3:00 pm May 21. The pilot of record was Raul Alejandro Barria Concha (65), who died in the crash. There were no others aboard. Teams from the Army, PDI, regional Onemi, Fire and Health Service assisted in the search, using the Panguilemo airfield as a hub.

Mooney Crashes Home Near Golf Course

A privately owned Mooney M20M TLS crashed into two homes in Greenwood at 2:19 p.m. on Patterson Street across from the Valle Vista Golf Course.

The pilot was the only fatality. The co-pilot was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital in critical condition.

Two people were aboard.

At least three were injured in the accident. Two people on the ground sustained injury.

Two homes in the first block of Patterson Street were damaged after the plane lost power during takeoff.

Mooney Crashes in Wallace

What: a Mooney 20 en route to NJ. Plane registered to Raymond Conley of Sarasota, Florida.
Where: about a mile from Wallace Airport in a wooded area near the Duplin-Pender county line.
When: just before 11:00 a.m. Tuesday
Who: unnamed pilot reportedly 80 years old and airlifted to New Hanover Regional Medical Center
Why: The plane crashed shortly following takeoff.

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