“Small Plane Crash”
EAST WINDSOR, CONNECTICUT (April 19, 2017) – Two people were killed in a small plane crash at the Skylark Airport on Tuesday afternoon, according to a local news source. (map)
The accident happened in the afternoon, when the small Luscombe 8A plane was taking off from the Skylark Airport, a small, privately owned airport in East Windsor. The plane crashed off the end of the runway, narrowly missing homes in the area.
The pilot and passenger on board the plane were both killed in the accident. Witnesses say they heard the plane’s engine stall just before the crash, but there is no evidence as of yet to indicate a fuel leak or a fire. The accident remains under investigation to determine cause and liability at this time, and the NTSB and the FAA are both on scene investigating.
“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.
We at Lexton Law Firm extend our sincerest sympathies to the family of the victim in this tragic accident. We are so sorry for your loss. While we do handle personal injury cases, we write these blogs as an informative measure, to alert families that they may have a wrongful death claim. Choosing an attorney is a personal decision, and one we respect entirely. We would like the opportunity to help you through this difficult time. With decades of experience in the field of accidents, we are prepared to handle everything for you so that you do not have to worry about anything during this time of mourning. Gathering police and coroner’s reports, talking with insurance companies, and filing claims on your behalf are just some of the duties we would like to take off your shoulders. If you are interested, please call us today at (877) 864-6664. We are here to help you.