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Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta Site of Fatal Plane Crash

Two people on board a home-built biplane perished in a plane crash in Rio Vista on June 8. The accident happened at about 11:45 a.m., close to the Municipal Airport Rio Vista in the northern part of the city, according to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office. The aircraft involved was a Steen Skybolt, which is designed as an acrobatic airplane.

Plane Crash Along Dog Bar Road Kills Pilot and Passenger

Two fatalities were reported in a rural area of Grass Valley on February 20 in a plane crash involving a Lockwood Aircam. The accident was reported to the Federal Aviation Administration around 2:05 p.m. However, 911 dispatch reported they received the call of the crash at the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office around 1:26 p.m. 

Fatal Accident off Christensen Road When Plane Crashes in Orchard

Authorities said two people were killed in a small plane crash in Sacramento County near Galt on September 4. The accident was reported to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) around 9:13 a.m. at an almond orchard located near the intersection of Christensen and Twin Cities Road. The low-wing monoplane, a Beechcraft Baron 58, crashed in the middle of the orchard. 

Accident at Nut Tree Airport Involves Light Plane Crash

A light plane crash in Vacaville on August 24 injured two people on board. The accident happened at about 11:20 in the morning at the Nut Tree Airport, which is located off East Monte Vista Avenue. According to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office, the two injured people were transported to a hospital, and it is believed they will survive their injuries. Investigators with the Federal Aviation Administration are investigating the cause of the crash, the National Transportation Safety Board, and local authorities.

Multiple Fatalities Reported in Air Collision Involving Two Light Planes

Multiple fatalities were reported in Watsonville in Santa Cruz County on August 18 after two light planes collided mid-air. The collision occurred shortly before 3:00 p.m. as both planes were making their final approach to land at the Watsonville Municipal Airport.

Plane Crash at Oroville Airport Causes Two Fatalities

An airplane crash in Oroville with two fatalities was reported near the airport in Northern California on June 2. The crash involved a Beech 19A plane sometime before 1:00 p.m. and was responded to by Cal Fire’s Butte Unit at the Oroville Municipal Airport, where it was discovered that the aircraft had dived into the ground nose-first. Both the pilot and a passenger died in the crash. 

Kit Plane Crashes Near the Golden Gate Bridge

Two Sacramento residents lost their lives in an airplane crash on May 6 near San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. The deceased woman was identified as Jennifer Lynn Fox, age 52, and the man who died in the plane crash was the pilot, Michael B. Briare, age 57, according to the Marin County Sheriff. The occupants of the plane were in a single-engine Vans RV-10 when the National Park Service reported the emergency beacon had been activated around 2:15 p.m. northwest of the bridge above Conzelman Road. 

Plane Crashes Short of Airport Runway

A plane crash in Butte County near Paradise on February 9 caused minor injuries to the pilot when the aircraft went down near the airport. The accident happened around 9:45 a.m. at Paradise Skypark airport. According to a report by the Federal Aviation Administration, the airplane came down near the airport’s runway while attempting a landing. 

Home on Miracle Drive in Auburn Is Site of Airplane Crash

An airplane crash caused serious injuries to the pilot when the plane crashed into an Auburn home on December 22.  The accident was reported by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office around 4:00 p.m. A call to the Sheriff’s Office around 3:00 p.m. reported the accident, which occurred on Miracle Drive. When deputies responded to the call, they discovered the plane on the top of a house where it had crashed.

Four Injured in Wilton Plane Crash Shortly After Takeoff

A plane crash in Wilton occurred on October 14, shortly after takeoff from the Alta Mesa Airport, causing injuries to the four people on board, including one woman who is pregnant. The airplane crashed close to Alta Mesa and Blake roads after briefly going airborne and then dipping to the left before it went into a dive. Upon hitting the ground, the plane burst into flames, as well as starting a minor vegetation fire. The four people on board, a male, pregnant female, and two teenagers were initially listed in critical condition with burn injuries but are expected to survive.

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