LARIMER COUNTY, COLORADO (February 27, 2017) – A small plane crashed on Monday morning into the Culver Reservoir, injuring two people according to a local news source. (map)
The accident happened around 7:40 am. A Cessna 172 crashed into the Culver Reservoir, also known as the Blue Mountain Reservoir, near Berthoud and Longmont. Responding authorities found the plane in the water, with its tail end sticking out of the water.
Two people were pulled from the plane and rushed to a hospital by emergency medical personnel. Patrick Blankemeier and James P. Griffith were both tragically pronounced dead at the hospital. The accident remains under investigation, which is being headed up by the FAA.
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