Plane crash at Shaw airport

Author: Alisa Brodkowitz  |  Category: Crashes, safety

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via San Juan Islander

A plane crashed  while attempting to land at  the Shaw Island airport around 4:15 p.m.  Friday, January 3. A man, the only person onboard, was injured and  airlifted to PeaceHealth Hospital in Bellingham.

Shaw Island Emergency personnel responded to the crash. Sheriff deputies from Orcas Island went to the island to assist.

Original source, here.

The Federal Aviation Administration reports:

Regis#: N5484U
Aircraft Make: DE HAVILLAND
Aircraft Model: DHC2

AIRCRAFT CRASHED INTO THE TREES UNDER UNKNOWN CIRCUMSTANCES, WILDING FARM AIRPORT, SHAW ISLAND, WA

FAA Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) Notices, can be found, here.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has not yet issued a Preliminary Report, however, that information can be found here, as soon as it is available.

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