Friday, November 6, 2009

North Carolina aviation accident - 2 Southern Community injured in plane crash

Legal reports for North Carolina aviation accident attorneys. A small plane crashed into a cornfield close to Asheville.

Federal Aviation Administration alerts North Carolina aviation accident attorneys- A plane crash injured two Southern group of people Bank executives.

Asheville, N.C.—Two people were critically injured when their single-engine plane crashed in a cornfield after experiencing engine trouble. The almost fatal plane crash happened on Tuesday afternoon, November 3, 2009 around 5:00 p.m., near Brush Creek and Bethany Church Roads, as reported by the Citizen-Times.

Two executives from Southern Community Bank in Winston-Salem, identified as James Monroe and James Hastings are listed in pale condition after their plane crashed in a cornfield. The aircraft, a single-engine Mooney M-20C, took off from Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem around 4:20 p.m., en route to Asheville for a business trip. Around 5:00 p.m., the plane in fact started to experience engine trouble and tried to make an emergency landing in a cornfield.

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