Small Plane Crashes In Talbot County While Attempting To Land At Easton Airport

3 months ago 28

TALBOT COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — Officials confirmed that a twin-engine level crashed into a tract connected Thursday day successful Talbot County.

Officials said astir noon, troopers from the Easton Barrack responded to Ennis Killen Road for a reported level crash. On the scene, officials recovered the 54-year-old pilot, Dionisio Gamboa and 41-year-old pupil aviator Nathaniel Warren.

READ MORE: Mayor Brandon Scott & Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford Leading Efforts To Host 2026 FIFA World Cup In Baltimore

Prelim info indicates level was attempting to onshore @Easton Airport erstwhile it crashed. @NTSB notified. Cause remains nether investigation

— MD State Police (@MDSP) July 15, 2021

READ MORE: Bail Denied For Angelo Harrod, Charged With Murder Of USNA Mom Michelle Cummings

They confirmed the level crashed successful a tract successful the country of Baileys Neck Road arsenic they were preparing for a landing astatine Easton Airport.

Preliminary probe revealed that the near motor failed portion lowering the landing cogwheel and the level began descending. The hydraulics connected the landing cogwheel failed and was not capable to instrumentality backmost to position.

Both the aviator and pupil aviator were released by exigency medics pursuing an examination.

The clang remains nether investigation. NTSB has been notified.

MORE NEWS: Baltimore County Man Michael Kramer, Missing Since Monday, Found Dead

CBS Baltimore Staff

Read Entire Article