plane crash in GA


#1

just in on CNN ,

Plane Crash in Henry County Last Edited: Friday, 06 Oct 2006, 10:38 AM EDT
Created: Friday, 06 Oct 2006, 10:10 AM EDT

Henry County Plane Crash
A small single engine Cessna plane crashed in Henry County Friday, killing 3 of the 4 passengers on board. The FAA said the plane crashed in a grass strip near the Berry Hill Airport in Stockbridge.

Checked back in with Myfoxatlanta.com for updates.


#2

flightaware.com/live/flight/N2890T

i think this was the flight


#3

The news reports that aircraft as a single engine Cessna. The link you provided is a Piper Dakota. I would bet they were VFR.


#4

hi, your right, thanks for the correction.
they mentioned hartford and berry hill airports, anyone find this flight?

it looked like the tail numbers had a 2 and a 0 in the tail number


#5

Its possible the news report is incorrect about it being a Cessna. From the photo, it looks like the aircraft could pass as a Piper. There currently are no flights to Berry Hill 4A0.


#6

i went to cnn.com and it was on there and all sudden its not on cnn.com no more?
is a piper like a cessna?


#7

dissregard the last post i posted asking if the piper and cessna are alike. i didnt see your post until i hit the enter button


#8

myfoxatlanta.com/myfox/pages … geId=1.1.1

this the link to the local news page i found.

it says it was leaving or coming into berry hill airport. and the only thing at that airport on here is 1 plane but the times are diffrent so it looks like it didnt have a flightplan. or the info. is wrong.


#9

Like I said:

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#10

i had blond moment lol, sorry.


#11

2320Y

after a lil research this is the tail number. they released the name of the owner of the plane, they werent forsure if that person was on it but i googled it and came up with this tail number registered to that person.


#12

wow i am bored today can ya tell lol


#13

For the love of EVERYTHING that is Holy…

GRAMMER, PUNCTUATION, AND PROPER ENGLISH!!

You are about as bad as a guy on my alma mater’s rivals board. I will give you an idea of his posts:

It’ll B interesting 2 C, @ the end of the Year, How those “OU Sport blitz” boys handle 'da fact when TU has the best win/lost record N the state & only conference champion N the state (again!)


#14

Must be a Harvard man!


#15

Don’t you mean “Hahvahd”?


#16

I am not usually one to complain about punctuation on forums due to the conventional wisdom on glass houses and petards.

But since it was brought up…

alma mater’s rival’s

You all have my sincere apologies for failing to resist this post.


#17

You know, what is sad, is that is the one thing I have never been able to remember. Both are possessive, but I can never remember if they both get the " ’ " or only one does, and if only one does, which one???

In this case, after re-reading the post, only one should have had the " ’ ". That would be “mater”. rivals is the name of the site. Still shouldn’ have missed the one with “mater”.

Mistake corrected…


#18

If I were going to put it in a business letter, I would avoid the confusion.

  • web site of my alma mater’s rival.

My wife has her degree in journalism, and she bleeds all over everything I have her check. I will claim no expertise in this field.