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Bahamas Police Say 4 Killed in Small Plane Crash

Four people, all believed to be U.S. citizens, died Sunday in a small plane crash off the Bahamas' northernmost island, said police in the archipelago off Florida's east coast. Police Superintendent Stephen Dean said the single-engine plane crashed in waters a few miles (kilometers) off Grand Bahama island and all four people aboard were killed. "All are believed to be Americans. It is thought they were on some kind of sightseeing tour," Dean said. ( More...

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Aircraft was N432BC Cirrus SR-22-G2 based in Indiana, pilot/owner Tony Wishart was one of 4 persons killed in the crash. Aircraft broke apart upon hitting the water - aircraft had just departed and radioed ATC regarding engine problems.

BRS Chute was not activated.


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