Jack Roush Plane Crash Update
July 28, 2010 by Post Team
Roush was flying the Beechcraft Premier business in the Experimental Aircraft Association AirVenture show in Oshkosh Wittman aerodrome, Wisconsin. The plane crashed around 6:15 according to CDT CEA.
The plane was carrying a passenger, Brenda Strickland, a friend of Roush, according to spokeswoman Lori Roush Fenway Racing Halbeisen. Both Roush and Strickland walked away from the accident and were taken to a local hospital.
‘He was conscious when he was admitted to the hospital, “said Halbeisen ABCNews.com.
As of this morning, said the condition Halbeisen Roush was “serious but stable.”
“All wounds are not fatal,” he said.
Strickland also seems to be fine.
“She is being treated for injuries not life threatening,” said Halbeisen.
Halbeisen said it was not yet a timetable for his recovery because the doctors are still evaluating their condition. Roush family is with him now, and still has not spoken to anyone at Roush Fenway Racing.
The National Transportation and Safety Board is investigating the accident. Halbeisen said there was no information regarding the cause of the crash landing.
Roush has three aircraft have been flying for many years, Halbeisen said. One of these planes is a time of World War II era P-51 Mustang, according to the Associated Press.
“It’s a very experienced pilot,” said Halbeisen.
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