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4 Killed as Small Plane Crashed in Chatsworth, Georgia

A small plane crashed on Piney Hill Road in Chatsworth, Georgia, on July 1st.

The incident happened when the twin-engine Piper PA-23 plane was carrying four people.

Authorities said all four occupants of the plane were killed in the crash.

The incident is being investigated.

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing in Pennsylvania

A small plane made an emergency landing at Lancaster Airport in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on October 25th.

The pilot of the twin-engine Beechcraft BE58 plane declared an emergency after it hit a deer on take-off from the Wings Field Airport, Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, resulting in damage to the landing gear.

The plane landed safely. All 4 people aboard remained unhurt.

Multi-Engine Plane Crashes in Montana; 3 Killed

A twin-engine plane crashed near the small town of Boyes, Billings, Carter County, Montana, on the noon of September 17th.

The Beechcraft Baron carrying a man, woman and one 14 year old boy went down in a grassy area.

All three people onboard were killed in the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.

Small Plane Crashed in Texas; Fatalities Feared

A small plane crashed between Granger and Taylor in Texas, on April 9th.

Authorities said the eight-seater twin-engine turboprop went down near FM 1331. The plane had taken off from Georgetown airport.

According to Department of Public Safety Trooper D.L. Wilson, “There are going to be fatalities…We just can’t confirm or deny how many are in there until we get it under control down there.”

United Airlines Jet Diverts to Yampa Valley Regional Airport

United airlinesUnited Airlines flight 4919 made an emergency landing at Yampa Valley Regional Airport, Colorado, on September 30.

The de Havilland Dash 8-400 twin-turboprop aircraft, en-route from Aspen to Denver, was diverted after the pilots had to shut down its right engine due to a mechanical issue.

The plane landed safely.

No injuries were reported.

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