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Plane Crash in Virginia Has No Survivors

What is now a twisted piece of metal are the remains of a small plane crash was found in southwest Virginia on Tuesday. Sadly, there were no survivors. According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a Beech BE-55 plane was headed seven miles northeast of Richland’s near the Tazewell County Airport when it lost contact with air traffic controllers Monday afternoon.

The area that the plane was found in is a remote, rugged, and mountainous portion near Satlville. Prior to the accident, the plane left the Spruce Creek Airport in Daytona, Florida and was headed to Mansfiled Lahm Regional Airport in Ohio when it went down. Currently, it is not known how many people were on board the airplane and thus how many perished in the crash. An investigation is pending.

If you or a loved one were killed or injured in a plane crash, the experienced St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to speak to you. We can help you recover from your traumatic experience. Please contact us today for a free no cost assessment of your potential case.

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