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California Plane Crash Kills Five

A California plane crash killed five people on Super Bowl Sunday when a twin-engine plane crashed into a home in Yorba Linda, California, causing it to catch fire. The pilot was alone in the airplane. The other four individuals who died were in the Anaheim area home. Two other local residents were hospitalized with what has been described as burns. According to a representative of the sheriff’s office in Orange County, who identified the plane as a Cessna, it crashed after it took off from an airport in Fullerton. 

Two people were hospitalized with airplane crash injuries in Sacramento. One of the injured parties is in critical condition. This happened when their small plane crashed into the American River near Interstate 5 on January 2 shortly after 11:30 in the morning. The incident was reported by a caller to the California Highway Patrol (CHP), which contacted the Sacramento Fire Department to meet them at the reported crash location near Discovery Park. According to the report, a man and woman were on board the plane when it crashed into the river. It is unknown at this time which hospital the couple was taken to or the nature of their airplane crash injuries.

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Airplane Accident Burn Injuries

Airplane Accident Burn Injuries

The development of airplanes has provided people with new options for transportation that they previously didn’t have. Airplanes and jets have provided people with the ability to fly from place to place all over the world in a matter of hours, connecting people in new ways. However, this also comes with significant risks. Because of the high speed of airplanes, accidents are always serious and airplane accident injuries can involve burns. According to a study on burns that was published by the National Burn Repository:


Five Lives Lost After Tragic Plane Crash in Santa Ana

I’m Ed Smith, an Airplane Accident Lawyer. Officials learned of a plane crash that happened in Santa Ana on the afternoon of Sunday, August 5, 2018. Initial reports revealed that all five passengers on board died from the accident. It was confirmed that there were three female passengers and two males in the Cessna aircraft. Further investigation revealed that the three women were all employees of the same real estate office in the Bay Area. The deceased passengers have been identified as 42-year-old Lara Shepherd and 53-year-old Scott Shepherd both Diablo residents, 62-year-old Floria Hakimi of Danville, 32-year-old Navid Hakimi of Los Angeles, and 29-year-old Nasim Ghanadan of Alamo.


Faulty Wiring Caused Fatal July Plane Crash

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento airplane accident attorney. I want to inform you of new safety warnings regarding common small planes. On 9 January, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued an urgent safety recommendation about the Piper PA-31T aircraft to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The NTSB issued the recommendation after discovering faulty wiring, in a Piper PA-31T, may have caused a fatal crash in northern California.