A small plane crashed near Philip Billard Municipal Airport in Topeka, Kansas, on July 31st.
The 1965 Piper PA-30 fixed wing plane was carrying two people when it went down.
Both occupants were killed in the crash. They were identified as pilot William Leeds, 76, of Mission, Kansas, and co-pilot James Bergman, 55, of Leawood, Kansas.
The crash is being investigated.
Military jets scrambled due to unresponsive plane over Washington that then crashed in Virginia
The pilot of Cessna 560 Citation V remained unresponsive throughout attempts to establish contact before it crashed.
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F-16’s sonic boom heard over DC area in response to unresponsive plane
Officials attempted to establish contact with the pilot of the unresponsive plane, but they were unresponsive.
Military jets intercepted a Cessna plane, shocking D.C. residents with a sonic boom
At supersonic speeds, F-16 jets chased down an unresponsive pilot who flew a civilian plane over the nation’s capital and crashed in southwest Virginia. The FAA and NTSB are investigating.
BNSF train hits a pedestrian in Sacramento. Railway investigation is underway
Sacramento police officers responded to the incident near 20th and H streets.