Grand Canyon Crash
August 1, 2011 by staff
Grand Canyon Crash, Grand Canyon accident left two dead occupants of a plane. The plane carrying the two men in Rock Hill, SC, Henderson, Nevada, and was found crashed in the Grand Canyon, authorities said. A rescue team on Saturday found the bodies of men among the charred remains of small aircraft.
The plane, a single-engine Cirrus SR20 registered in Delaware Aviation LLC Anansi, DeMotte was found near Forest Park in the Nation Kaibab, Coconino County (Arizona) Sheriff’s spokesman Gerry Blair told The Arizona Republic. Blair confirmed two men aboard the plane were killed.
Previous reports of the Federal Aviation Administration said only the pilot aboard, reports from UPI.com. Investigators said one man sent his wife a text message at 8:23 pm on Saturday, saying that Henderson would in about 90 minutes.
The plane disappeared from radar at 9 pm the plane was reported missing by the family of the pilot when to land in Henderson as planned on Friday night. The pilot contacted air traffic controllers, and a review of radar data showed the plane disappeared over the Grand Canyon at about 9 pm on Friday, the FAA said. Officials said the cause of the accident is under investigation.
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