An early report shows high winds during a plane crash in Arkansas that killed 5 workers on their way to the site of an explosion at a plant in Oakwood Village.

Rescuers traveled from Little Rock to Columbus in response to an explosion at an Oakwood Village alloy plant that killed one employee.

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas. During a fatal small plane crash last month near Little Rock, “weather conditions changed/worsened during taxi, takeoff and crash,” according to an initial report released Friday by the National Transportation Authority. Security Council.

“A CCTV camera at the 3M plant (near the crash site) showed that the plane crashed into the ground in the lower right position with its nose down,” the agency’s investigation revealed. “The video also showed heavy rain and flying debris near the impact site.”

The twin-engine plane crashed on February 22 a few miles south of Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport, killing five people. According to the report, at the time of the crash at the airport, the wind speed was 19 knots with gusts up to 27 knots.

“As soon as the plane was out of sight, the camera captured an ascending plume of smoke about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of the end of runway 18,” the report said. “Shortly after the plume of smoke appeared, the camera seemed to be shaking in the wind, and it captured flying debris and heavy rain on the ramp where the camera was.”

The flight was carrying toxicology and environmental health consulting rescuers from Little Rock, Arkansas to Columbus, Ohio in response to an explosion at an Oakwood Village alloy plant that killed one worker and sent more than a dozen to hospital . The aircraft was owned and operated by an environmental consulting firm.

According to the report, “no pre-impact airframe anomalies were found” and no anomalies were found in the aircraft’s engines or propellers.

The report also notes that “during takeoff, the aircraft was approximately 300 pounds below its maximum gross takeoff weight.”

The final report will be ready in many months.

Content Source

News Press Ohio – Latest News:
Columbus Local News || Cleveland Local News || Ohio State News || National News || Money and Economy News || Entertainment News || Tech News || Environment News

Related Articles

Back to top button