Air Crash Reported Near Yellowstone National Park
Posted on May 12, 2014
CODY, Wyo. - Park County Sheriff’s Department in Wyoming report that a single engine 1963 Mooney M20C may have crashed near Yellowstone National Park with 84 year old Robert L. Zimmerman of Huntsville, Alabama and 86 yr old Ward H. Zimmerman of Seattle, Washington on board. The flight plan of the brothers indicated that they departed from Cody, Wyoming with the intent on flying to Twin Falls, Idaho and then on to Seattle, Washington. Radar last detected the aircraft approximately 7 miles outside of east entrance of the Yellowstone National Park. Poor weather prevented an aerial search this weekend.
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Once the aircraft is located, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will send a team of investigators to investigate the collision and a report will issue approximately a year to 2 years following the crash concerning the findings of the investigative team’s conclusions regarding the cause of the crash.
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