The 83-year-old pilot of the twin-engine airplane that crashed into two homes after departing Riverside Municipal Airport, ultimately resulting in four fatalities, appeared to be disoriented and having difficulty communicating before takeoff, according to a report released today by the National Transportation Safety Board.
A mother of four who was severely burned in the crash of a twin-engine airplane in Riverside that claimed three lives has succumbed to her injuries, family members confirmed today.
Three people killed in the crash of a twin-engine airplane that went down in a residential neighborhood moments after takeoff from Riverside Municipal Airport were identified Wednesday, March 2, by friends and family.
At least one person has died and a home is in ruins following a plane crash near the Riverside Airport Monday, Feb. 2.
A single-engine plane crashed Tuesday, Jan. 17, in a field near Corona Municipal Airport, injuring the pilot and passenger, fire officials said.
UPDATE: CORONA – The pilot of an experimental plane that crashed into a cell phone tower near Lake Mathews, killing him and seriously injuring his passenger, had left Corona Municipal Airport without reporting any problems, according to a report released today, July 8. The National Transportation Safety Board issued preliminary findings in the June 28 […]
LAKE MATHEWS – One person was killed and another was injured in a small plane crash today, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. Firefighters responded to a plane crash at 12:14 p.m. at the 20300 block of Farley Avenue, off Cajalco Road, near Lake Mathews east of Corona, said Jody Hagemann of the Riverside County Fire Department. […]