Grand Canyon Plane Crash

August 1, 2011 by staff 

Grand Canyon Plane CrashGrand Canyon Plane Crash, Two men were found dead on Saturday in the wreckage of a plane that disappeared while flying over the Grand Canyon.  Units Coconino County Sheriff’s air plane located burned – a single engine Cirrus SR20 registered in Delaware Aviation LLC Anansi – Kaibab area near the northern edge of the Grand Canyon on Saturday.

According to reports from the Federal Aviation Administration, the plane took off from Bryant Field Airport in Rock Hill, South Carolina and headed to Las Vegas, Nevada, when he disappeared from radar at about 9 pm Friday.

While the identities of two victims have not been released at this time, the researchers said that one of the men sent his wife a text message to 8:23 pm on Friday, saying it would come [Henderson] in close 90 minutes.

When that time came and went, the individual’s family was notified to the authorities.

The Sheriff’s Office Coconino County, the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration will investigate the cause of the accident airplane, which is unknown at this time.

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