Two Injured and Instructor Killed in New Milford Plan Crash

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A small plane crash near an airport in New Milford has killed the flight instructor in addition to injuring two. The plane is identified as a Cessna C-172.

The two injured, a male and a female, were taken to a nearby hospital.

The NTSB and the FAA will begin an investigation.

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JetBlue Flight Turned Around After Three Flight Attendants Fall Sick

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A JetBlue Flight intending to fly to Barbados returned to Fort Lauderdale after three flight attendants aboard fell ill.

First responders arrived at the hospital and examined the three flight attendants. At this time, the cause of their illness is unknown.

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Two Killed in Rock River Small Plane Crash

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Two have been killed in a small plane crash in Rock River, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. The two deceased are identified as David Plambeck, 51, and Max Burlingame, 16.

The reasons behind the plane’s crash in Rock River at this time is unclear. The Jefferson County’s Dive team has recovered the aircraft.

The airplane involved is defined as an experimental aircraft.

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Sussex Plane Crash Kills Clifton Pilot

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A small plane crash in Sussex has killed a Pilot from Clifton, New Jersey. The pilot is identified as Lester Lydzinski, 63.

First responders on the scene administered CPR to Lydzinski but were unable to revive him. Lydzinski was pronounced dead on scene.

The plane is identified as a Mustang K-20K. The cause of the crash is currently unknown, despite it occurring close to a landing field. The NTSB has began an investigation.

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Moab Councilwoman Injured From Plane Crash

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Councilwoman Rani Derasary of Moab City was injured in a small plane crash near Canyonlands Field Airport in Utah.

Two were injured in the crash, including the Councilwoman and the pilot, Nathan Rydman. They are expected to make a full recovery.

Shifting winds are possible factors attributing to the incident. The NTSB and the FAA will open an investigation.

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West Seattle Plane Crash Was An Instructional Flight

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The small plane crash which occurred in the Puget Sound near West Seattle was an instructional flight with the Galvin Flying Program. The Cessna 172 was flying toward the Boeing Field during the crash.

Initial investigations reveal that a “loss of power” attributed to the incident. A crane is expected to be brought into the area to remove the plane from the water.

The FAA and the NTSB are investigating.

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