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Two Lawsuits Filed Against Central Flying Service After Plane Crash

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A plane crash that killed the pilot and three passengers last January has resulted in two wrongful death lawsuits against Central Flying Service, Inc., owner of the aircraft. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the pilot of the Beechcraft Bonanza A-36 missed his first approach to Monroe Regional Airport and was coming around for another attempt when the plane dropped off radar without any further air traffic communication or a distress call. The plane crashed and dove almost straight into mud while making a second approach. The impact created an 8-foot-crater and left debris spread over nearly an acre.

Although the NTSB has not issued a report on the accident, the lawsuits allege negligence stating that the pilot “was reluctant to pilot” on that day “but was pressured to do so by his employer and that Central Flying “negligently represented” to the passengers that the pilot was a qualified to make the flight. The suit also alleges that the pilot was flying too high to make a safe landing attempt and failed to maintain proper control of the plane, causing the accident.

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