Authorities identify two victims of Torrance plane crash

Authorities this Thursday identified two victims who died in a plane crash involving a single-engine aircraft. it happened this Wednesday when he was trying to land on the Zamperini field in the city of Torrance.

Douglas Happ, 81, from Redondo Beach; and Gregg Low, 59, of Torrance, was killed in a plane crash.

An Arion Lightning aircraft with two people on board crashed shortly after 11:00 am.. This was announced on Wednesday by Eva Lee Ngai from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The plane crashed into a grassy area adjacent to the airport’s runway and was destroyed.

Until now Which of the two victims was the pilot of the aircraft, is not reported..

At 11:02 a.m., the authorities received a call informing them that a single-engine Arion Lightning aircraft had crashed while trying to land.

The plane was completely destroyed and his remains were left at the exit of the runway.

No further information has been released about the two who died in the accident.

Torrance Municipal Airport – Zamperini Field located at 3301 Airport Drive, where approximately 543 aircraft are based..

This airfield is mainly used for private flights.but it is also used for flight training, aircraft repair and charter flights.

The accident was investigated by the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board, with the NTSB in the lead.

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Author: Ricardo Roura
Source: La Opinion

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