Thursday, October 30, 2014

Plane in Kansas crash bound for Mena

Posted By on Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 3:23 PM

click to enlarge CRASH SCENE: In Wichita. - TWITTER/THE BLAZE
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  • CRASH SCENE: In Wichita.

Alvin Polk reports for the Mena Star
that a plane that crashed into an airport in Wichita today, killing five, was en route to the Mena Airport for refurbishing.

The plane, a 1999 Beechcraft turboprop, was en route for painting and interior refurbishing at Rose Aicraft Services.

The plane lost power on takeoff and crashed into a flight safety building at the Mid-Continent Airport.

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