Four Killed in Lake Clark Crash
By Hannah Raymond on January 18th, 2017 in Alaska, Blog, Car Accident, Local Accident Report, Personal Injury
On December 7, a Piper PA-28-180 airplane is presumed to have sustained substantial damage during impact with the open waters of Lake Clark shortly after takeoff from the Port Alsworth Airport. The pilot and all three passengers are presumed to have sustained fatal injuries and remain missing.
Report taken from Alaska State Troopers Dispatch and NTSB
Safety Tips for Avoiding a Plane Crash
When flying aircraft, take weather forecasts and reports seriously. Do not “brave” the elements because the result can be fatal. Make sure your pilot has experience and make sure the company you are flying with is thorough in their pre-flight inspections. All-in-all, follow your instincts and do not put yourself in a situation that you feel is dangerous.
An airplane collision is almost fatal. If you or a loved one have survived a plane crash or if you have a loved one who did not survive, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical expenses, and emotional distress. Contact the personal injury attorneys at Ringstad Law Office, P.C. today.