Published on October 14, 2016

Wrongful death trial in fatal midair collision scheduled for March

Wrongful death trial in fatal midair collision set up for March
Firefighters spray the parachute of a little plane that crashed after a deadly midair crash with a helicopter on Oct. 23, 2014, near Frederick Municipal Airport. All 3 residents in the helicopter died. The pilot and only traveler in the airplane survived with small injuries. Firefighters spray the parachute of a small airplane that crashed following a deadly midair crash with a helicopter near Frederick Municipal Airport quickly before 4 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2014. All 3 occupants in the hel …See all stories on this subject
CT Aircraft Crash: Pilot Says Jordanian Trainee Downed Aircraft
Arian Prevalla crawled out of the airplane wreckage in time to endure the ensuing explosion, and law enforcement authorities in Hartford, Connecticut, say he is anticipated to make a full recovery. He has actually told his version of occasions to cops, who state they have reason to believe his co-pilot, 28-year-old Feras M. Freitekh, suggested to crash the airplane. Prevalla and Freitekh were flying a Piper PA-34 Seneca twin-engine aircraft as part of Freitekh’s air travel education on Tuesday when the plane c. See all stories on this subject Bridgewater motorcycle rider seriously hurt in crash with minivan Robert Gourdin of Bridgewater suffered serious however non-life-threatening injuries and was required to the medical facility by a medical helicopter on Wednesday night, authorities stated. Charlie Peters The Business @cpeters_ENT BRIDGEWATER– A Bridgewater motorcyclist suffered serious but not lethal injuries after he landed 25 feet away from a crash on Wednesday night, police said. Robert Gourdin, 56, was traveling east on High Street in Bridgewater around 6:30 p.m. when his 2004 Harley-Davidson …US detectives see suicide behind Connecticut airplane crash WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, Oct 13(Reuters)-U.S. investigators believe a Jordanian student pilot was trying to kill himself when he crashed a small aircraft in Connecticut today but do not believe he was affiliated with militant groups, two federal authorities familiar with the probe stated on Thursday. Feras Freitekh, 28, was with a flight trainer in a twin-engine Piper PA-34 Seneca when the airplane slammed into an utility pole on Tuesday and burst into flames in East Hartford. Freitekh died in the crash.

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