Cae avioneta en Denton tx, fallece instructor y dos lesionados.

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10:44 AM CST on Tuesday, December 20, 2011
By Donna Fielder / Staff Writer
One person is confirmed dead and two others injured after a plane went down in the early-morning hours today near the Denton Municipal Airport.


DRC/Al Key
Emergency personnel transport the body of a person killed in the crash of a small plane out of a heavily wooded area just northwest of the Denton Airport Tuesday morning.

WFAA Television
Three people were on board a single-engine Cessna when it crashed just northwest of Denton Airport, killing one.

WFAA Television
Three people were on board a single-engine Cessna when it crashed just northwest of Denton Airport, killing one.
Officer Ryan Grelle said police were notified about 2 a.m. that the FAA lost contact with the plane half an hour earlier. Officers responding to determine whether the plane had landed safely did not see a plane but found a victim wandering nearby.

Grelle said the victim was a passenger, but he did not know if it was a male or female. The victim suffered a leg injury and a head injury and was in shock, he said. The victim was not able to tell officers the direction he came from or how many others were aboard.

Sheriff’s deputies, firefighters and a Fort Worth helicopter joined police in the search for the downed plane.

“We found the wreckage of the plane about 6 a.m. northwest of the airport off Masch Branch Road,” Grelle said. “We extricated one live victim from the wreckage and found one dead victim.”

According to Denton police, the plane was out of U.S. Aviation (a flight training school at Denton Airport). It took off from Denton and landed at Twin Oaks Airport in San Antonio. When it was returning to Denton, the pilot aborted landing for some unknown reason



aqui esta el link de la nota, tristemente un accidente mas.
saludos.

http://www.dentonrc.com/sharedcontent/dws/drc/localnews/stories/DRC_Plane_crash_1220.3565179b3.html

Abraham
 
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