FAA continues to investigate plane crash leaving 2 dead in Denton County. Pilot and passenger of two seater CJ-6 plane crash on Saturday identified.
January 5, 2008, Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–Enews plane crash reporters and Dallas plane injury lawyers report the Federal Aviation Administration, (FAA) www.faa.gov has identified the two victims of a plane crash on Saturday at Propwash Airport in Justin, Texas. Forrest Johnson, 69, of Fort Worth, was flying the plane and Larry Cotton, 61, of Double Oak was the passenger, according to the Tarrant County Medical examiner’s officer. The plane, a Nanchang CJ-6, reportedly burst into flames on impact, Saturday, near the north end of the Propwash Airport in Justin. The medical examiner ruled both men died of multiple blunt force injuries in the crash.
Enews aviation reporters and Dallas plane crash attorneys have learned the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/ reported the two seater plane went down about 1:30 p.m., in a vacant pasture, less than a quarter-mile from the end of the runway. The aircraft was flying with two other planes. While making the final turn on approach for landing, the Nanchang CJ-6 crashed. According to investigating authorities, the other two aircraft landed safely, and no cause of the crash has been released.
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