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Aircraft crashes in Tennessee, US, No survivor

Aircraft crashes in  Tennessee, US, No survivor
Authorities in the US region of Tennessee reports that a small plane with three people on board has crashed in the mountains of eastern Tennessee, and there is no suvivor.

A reconnaissance flight by the Tennessee Army National Guard found the crashed plane inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park at around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday.

A Press release from the National Park Service says the three passengers who were on board the plane were 41-year-old David Starling, 42-year-old Kim Smith and 8-year-old Hunter Starling, all from Bradford County, Florida.

An Aircraft labelled Cessna 182 aircraft was in route to the Gatlinburg-Pigeon Forge Airport on Monday when it disappeared.

On the same note the US Federal Aviation Administration says a family member contacted the agency when the flight didn't arrive as expected.

Also, the victims of the incident will be recovered from the crash site on Wednesday and their identities need to be confirmed.

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The picture is not the crashed plane. A Cessna 182 is a high wing, this pic is a low wing. It must be an old pic because the plane number is not even in the FAA data base. - jecextra@aol.com
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