The names of the three people that were killed in a Forest County plane crash have been released.
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UPDATE: Two people died when a small plane crashed in the village of Waukesha.
EAGLE RIVER, Wisc. (WAOW)-- A plane crashed Tuesday morning near Franklin Lake Campground, one camper staying in the area says he heard the pl…
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a plane crash in northern Wisconsin. Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Emma Duncan said three people were aboard the twin-engine Rockwell 690B when it crashed in a swamp 12 miles east of Eagle River just before noon Tuesday. WSAW-TV reports that the FAA and
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The National Transportation Safety Board says a fatal head-on crash between two towboats pushing barges in Louisiana was caused by inadequate communication and failure to broadcast their total sizes. The RC Creppel overturned and sank after the collision with the Cooperative Spirit in January 2020. Its pilot, captain and one of
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. safety investigators are asking anyone who witnessed a fiery Tesla crash near Miami that killed two people to send them video or photos taken at the scene. The National Transportation Safety Board sent three investigators to the Sept. 13 crash in Coral Gables, Florida. The agency says it’s specifically looking for
BOSTON (AP) — A federal investigation has found that the operator of a light rail train that struck the rear of another train in the Boston area in July had turned the speed controller to full power. The National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report released Tuesday said the train accelerated to 31 mph before colliding
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Federal officials say they will investigate a fiery Tesla crash that left two people dead in South Florida. The National Transportation Safety Board says three investigators are traveling next week to Coral Gables, where a Tesla Model 3 left the roadway and collided with a tree Monday. The NTSB investigation
DETROIT (AP) — The new chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board wants to change the way governments and businesses look at highway safety to consider the whole system rather than individual driver behavior. Jennifer Homendy says such an approach worked in aviation, where there were no U.S. fatalities last year. On the roads,
Crew members on a medical helicopter that crashed in Hazelhurst called out to the pilot just before the crash.