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May 2017 Archives

Two Separate Alaska Plane Crashes Kill Four

Two separate Alaska plane crashes that happened at almost the exact same time have taken the lives of four people. The crashes occurred on Saturday, May 27, at around 11:00 a.m., but happened about 600 miles apart. Four people died in total and a fifth person was injured in the tragedies. Authorities are now investigating what caused the two small planes to crash.

Hopkinsville Plane Crash May Have Been Caused by Bad Weather

A couple from Bettendorf, Iowa was killed in a May 12, 2017 plane crash in Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The married couple was on their way to Muscle Shoals, Alabama, when the plane went down. They were the only two people on board during the small plane crash. First responders on the scene discovered widespread debris and witnesses said it seemed clear that no one on board could have lived through the accident.

Lake Berryessa Plane Crash Kills Two

A plane crash near Lake Berryessa, in Napa County, California, has killed two people. The crash occurred Monday, May 8, at around 9:00 a.m. in a remote area of Napa County. Killed in the crash were the 55-year-old pilot, Jon Murray Karkow, and 41-year-old Cagri Sever. Both were reportedly employees of ICON Aircraft. Officials are now investigating what caused the small amphibious plane to crash.

Amarillo Plane Crash Kills Three

Three people have died in an Amarillo plane crash that took place on Saturday, April 29, 2017. The crash happened in early morning as an air ambulance service left the airport in Amarillo, Texas, headed for Clovis, New Mexico. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the Federal Aviation Administration are both investigating the cause of the crash. According to reports, the small plane took off in severe weather, which is often just one of many factors involved in a plane crash.

Severe Turbulence Causes Serious Injuries on Aeroflot Flight

Passengers aboard an Aeroflot flight from Moscow were left with serious injuries after their plane encountered heavy turbulence about an hour before they were scheduled to land in Bangkok on May 1. Among those who were reportedly harmed were three babies who were injured when the heavy turbulence caused them to be thrown from their mothers' arms. Although heavy turbulence like that experienced in the Boeing 777 aircraft is rare, turbulence can cause catastrophic injuries to aircraft passengers.

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