Selfies were a likely factor in a small plane crash near Denver last year that killed the pilot and his only passenger, according to a new National Transportation Safety Board report.
Four days after a private plane crashed into a Maryland home, residents in Brick, New Jersey came together to remember the woman and two children inside the home.
A pilot was injured after his small plane crashed in Somerset County, New Jersey.
A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing in a marshy part of the Delaware River on Saturday. Two people survived the crash, and now the airplane is stuck in the mud.
A federal report suggests the crew of a private jet that crashed in Massachusetts, killing Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz and six other people, did not perform a flight control check before attempting takeoff.
Speakers have been announced for a Wednesday memorial service for Philadelphia philanthropist and businessman Lewis Katz.
National Transportation Safety Board officials are looking at black boxes they recovered and gave an update Tuesday.
The National Transportation Safety Board said Monday evening it had recovered the cockpit voice recorder and flight data recorder. NTSB investigator Luke Schiada had said Monday afternoon a crane was being used to lower somebody into the wreckage to search for the black boxes, which were located in an area heavily damaged by fire.
Chris reviews the resignations of General Eric Shinseki and Jay Carney from the Obama Administration, the death of Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz in a plane crash, and the exchange of an American prisoner-of-war for five detainees from Guantanamo Bay. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg, Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz, Philadelphia Magazine’s Tom McGrath, John Hayward from Human Events, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
The last communication Longport, New Jersey Town Commissioner James Leeds heard from his wife was a text message sent just minutes before she was killed. The text read, “We’re at the airport, getting ready to go.”
Lewis Katz, a self-made man who built his fortune in New York parking lots, billboards and cable TV, and went on to buy the NBA’s New Jersey Nets, NHL’s New Jersey Devils and The Philadelphia Inquirer, died in a weekend plane crash. He was 72.
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said Sunday that Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz invited him on the doomed flight that crashed, killing seven.
Pennsylvania Governor And Mrs. Corbett On The Passing Of Lewis Katz: “The Legacy He Leaves Behind Is One Of A Brilliant Businessman With A Profound Commitment”
“Sue and I are shocked and saddened by the tragic death of our friend, Lewis Katz.”
Mayor Nutter ‘Shocked’ And ‘Saddened’ To Learn Of Passing Of Lewis Katz In Atlantic City Bound Plane Crash
Mayor Nutter says he is shocked and deeply saddened to hear this terrible news.
Reacting to the death of his partner and Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz, Gerry Lenfest says the world lost a special man.