Monday, April 11, 2011

Private Plane, Cessna 310R, Crash Killed Three in Mississippi

McCOMB - - A private plane crash killed three people including pilot who was also a cardiologist and thoracic surgeon. 

A dual-engine propeller plane, Cessna 310R, collapsed into trees near the McComb-Pike County Airport in a fairly inhabited area on the western edge of the city. No immediate reports of injuries are available on the ground. 

Aviation authorities told that 52-year-old Dr. Taylor Pickett was travelling with his wife and her sister from New Orleans to McComb, Miss., about a 110-mile flight, when the plane crashed a few miles from the McComb airport Sunday about 4:30 a.m. The cause of the crash is under investigation.

The crash killed Pickett, his 22-year-old wife, Laura Pickett of Summit, Miss.; and her sister, 29-year-old Jacquelyn Ham of Meadville, Miss.

1 comment:

  1. If you’ve ever been stuck in an endless airport line, missed your connection or had to endure multiple layovers to get to a hard-to-reach destination, then you’ve likely yearned for a better way to travel. Commercial airlines just aren’t always the most efficient way to fly. Your time is valuable and shouldn’t be spent camped out in an airport.



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