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Both the pilot and passenger were injured after a plane crashed off the edge of the runway and rolled at Culpeper Airport in Brandy Station, Virginia.
BRANDY STATION: Pilot and Passenger Injured in Plane Accident at Culpeper Airport

“Aviation Accident”

BRANDY STATION, VIRGINIA (April 8, 2017) – A small plane crashed off of the runway at Culpeper Regional Airport on Saturday, according to a local news source. (map)

The small plane, identified as a 1949 North American T6G single engine two seater aircraft, was attempting to land when it ran off the edge of the runway and rolled over.

The pilot, 56 year old Daniel Allen Haug, and his passenger, 74 year old John Reed Reavis Jr. were both injured and taken to local hospitals. The accident remains under investigation by local authorities and the FAA.

“The NTSB investigates every aviation accident in the country. We subscribe to their service and are aware of every accident, and have an intimate knowledge of the many causes of aircraft crashes. We are experts in this area,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm. Lexton Law Firm handles aviation cases all over the country, and is a leading expert in aviation crashes.

Injured parties and families of deceased victims are encouraged to contact an experienced and professional personal injury attorney. At Lexton Law Firm, we have your best interest in mind and will fight hard for you to obtain the compensations you deserve. Call for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury today; there is no obligation! Call us today at (877) 541-2111.


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