September 30, 2015
Plane crash kills one in St. Pete-Clearwater, USA
One person is dead after a small plane crashed at St. Pete-Clearwater Airport late this morning.
Video from SkyFOX showed the small twin-engine plane crashed near one of the runways.
Airport officials say the pilot was performing touch-and-gos — which are practice take-offs and landings — when the crash occurred.
The pilot — who has not yet been publicly identified — did not declare an emergency before the crash.
Courtesy of fox13news.com
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