KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE (December 19, 2017) – Michael Spinazzola was identified as one of the three men injured on Tuesday after a small plane crashed into a home’s front yard in Knoxville, according to a local news source. (map)
Michael Spinazzola was on board a small Piper Aircraft that took off from the Knoxville Downtown Island Airport on Tuesday, along with two others. The plane crashed around 3:18 pm, landing on top of a vehicle in the front yard of a home on Groner Drive. The plane clipped several trees on the way down, and may have struck a second car.
The three men inside all sustained injuries in the accident. Michael Spinazzola sustained an injury to his eye and trauma to his face, among other injuries. Michal is a registered pilot, but the other two men inside the plane were as well. It is unknown who was at the controls at the time of the crash. The accident remains under open investigation at this time, and Lexton Law is still receiving updates at this time.
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