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01.11.04 Small Plane Crash Orlando Florida College Park

AP Wire 02-15-2005 Small Plane Crashes in Florida; Two Dead

Pilot killed, man injured in crash

One person was killed and one was critically injured yesterday when their small plane crashed in Orlando's College Park. It happened yesterday after a Cessna with engine troubles tried to make an emergency landing at Dubsdread Golf Course. People playing golf dropped their clubs and ran to try to help.

The pilot reported problems with his engine's oil pressure minutes before he tried an emergency landing on Dubsdread Golf Course. The pilot knew that he could not make the runways of the executive airport and was attempting to find someplace big enough to put his plane down. He picked the 18th green of Dubsdread.

The plane crashed into a number of powerlines along Par Street, feet away from the green.

33-year-old Daniel Lawler died in the crash from head injuries. 26-year-old Steve Schieber is at ORMC in stable condition. Both were pilots with Showalter Flying Service in Orlando. It is unclear at thit time who was piloting the plane. OUC has restored power to 900 customers.

The plane crashed just feet away from Par Street and investigators say the powerlines it was entangled in kept the plane from smashing into several nearby condominiums.

Two killed in Civil Air Patrol plane crash in northeastern Louisiana

By: Associated Press -
Last modified Tuesday, January 11, 2005 10:17 PM PST
MONROE, La. -- A small Civil Air Patrol plane crashed during a training exercise in a swampy area of northeastern Louisiana, killing the pilot and a second man on board, authorities said Tuesday.

The men were among at least six people killed Monday night in separate small plane crashes in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Florida and South Carolina, officials said.
The wreckage of the single-engine 182 Cessna from the Louisiana arm of the Civil Air Patrol was found near a state highway about 10 miles northeast of the airport in Monroe on Tuesday morning, said sheriff's Capt. Danny Acree. Rescuers had searched for the plane for 11 hours, he said.
The victims were not immediately identified. Lt. Suzann Ford, spokeswoman for the Louisiana CAP, said the last message from the pilot informed air traffic controllers he would alter the plane's course.

"From what I heard, there was no mayday at all," she said. "They went below radar and all radio contact was lost."

Ford said the crew was apparently practicing approach maneuvers when the crash happened.

Also Monday, a small plane crashed into the Arkansas River as it approached the Little Rock airport, killing one person on board, officials said. Another person was missing. Jackie Bekeza, office manager at Kirby Fiberglass Inc. in Pueblo, Colo., said Tuesday that Arkansas officials notified the company that the body of company owner Herbert Kirby had been recovered.

Other crashes:

In Florida, a single-engine Piper Cherokee crashed about 45 northwest of Orlando, killing the pilot, John Porter McGaughy, 60.

In South Carolina, a Piper PA30 Twin Comanche crashed at Charleston International Airport, killing Archie T. Simpson, 63.

In Texas, Gabriel Rosales, 69, died when the single-engine Cessna he was flying crashed near the airport in Coleman.


Posted on Tue, Feb. 15, 2005
Small Plane Crashes in Florida; Two Dead

Associated Press

LEESBURG, Fla. - A single-engine plane trying to land at a private airstrip crashed into a fence Monday, killing the pilot and a passenger, authorities said. Two other passengers were injured.
The Beechcraft Bonanza stopped 200 feet short of the runway at Flying Baron Estates just outside Leesburg, said Sgt. Christie Mysinger of the Lake County Sheriff's Office. Leesburg is about 35 miles northwest of Orlando.The pilot was identified as Bryan Uridel, 41, of Fruitland Park. The name of the other victim was not released pending notification of relatives.The injured passengers were flown to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where they were listed in stable condition late Monday, a hospital spokesman said.The National Transportation Safety Board was notified of the crash.In 1982, Randy Rhoads, the lead guitarist for rock star Ozzy Osbourne, and two others were killed at Flying Baron Estates when their small plane struck Osbourne's tour bus, then crashed into a mansion.




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