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DC-3 Crash In North East Ohio

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Crash of a DC-3 Following take off killing crew of two. The crash occurred in Wayne County 60 miles south of Cleveland, after striking a utility pole. The plane may have had engine issues. (www.google.com) עוד...

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watkinssusan
mary susan watkins 2
you see the dc 3 at air shows and occasionally parked at various airports..how sad for the families of these pilots..rip..let us hope there are no other incidents or accidents anytime soon...
flyboyeddy
Ron Edwards 2
I believe that this air strip is home of Priority Air, a small cargo carrier.
khaiduk
Kevin Haiduk 2
Very sad for the lives and the old plane. Sounds like the pilot did a good job putting it down without too much damage on the ground.
chalet
chalet 1
Thhis particular DC-3 was modified in South Africa with P&W PT-6 turbines.
MrWidgeon
Bill Bailey 1
Looks like it was a PT6 powered DC-3TP.
I'm wondering if it was a lack of fuel since there was no fire.
chris13
Chris Bryant 1
I didn't even know there was a turboprop version of the DC-3 until this. Very sad. The pilot was also the manager of the airport (OH22) the plane was based at.
MrWidgeon
Bill Bailey 3
There are several different turbine conversions, the most popular is done by Basler in Oshkosh.
xtoler
Larry Toler 1
I just saw this on the morning news. The NTSB and FAA will not investigate due to the shutdown. The guy who owns the house was really lucky. RIP to the crew.
everydave
everydave 1
That's just not true, they will investigate. From the article, "The FAA and NTSB each said no investigators immediately would inspect the crash site because of the record-long government shutdown. The NTSB added that it would look into the incident once the government reopens."
xtoler
Larry Toler 1
I thought someone would have to investigate. Makes sense but who is going to secure the crash scene in the mean time? Is the aircraft just going to sit there until they get back to work. Just curious how that's going to work out.
carpcoppondpig
nick gorham 0
Fox 8 Cleveland's article has a couple aerial pictures. It looks like the left wing may have clipped the snow on the roof of the Preferred Airports hangar.

https://fox8.com/2019/01/21/small-plane-crashes-in-wayne-county-2/
pilot62
Scott Campbell 0
So sad - prayers for the families of what I imagine are young pilots earning time with risk they shouldn't have had to take.

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