KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE (December 19, 2017) – Gerald Marotta was confirmed to be one of the three victims injured in a small plane crash in Tennessee on Tuesday, according to a local news source. (map)
The plane, a Piper PA-23, took off from the Knoxville Downtown Island Airport with three people on board. Around 3:18 pm, the plane crashed into the front yard of a home at 1114 Groner Drive, landing on top of a car parked in front. The plane also struck several trees on the way down.
All three on board the plane sustained injuries. One of the three occupants was identified as Gerald Marotta, a flight instructor. There is only one Gerald Marotta listed in the FAA’s pilot database, and that Gerald Marotta received their pilot’s license in 1976. Jerry has ads up on craiglist.com advertising flying lessons for $95.
The investigation into Tuesdays’ accident is ongoing, and it is unknown who was at the controls of the plane at the time of the accident. Gerald was released from the hospital as of Wednesday afternoon, and Lexton Law is still receiving updates at this time regarding this accident.
“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. Lexton Law handles aviation cases all over the country, and is a leading expert in aviation crashes.
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