No survivors after plane hits hangar at Santa Monica Airport

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posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 02:38 AM
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The twin-engine Cessna Citation ran off the right side of the runway after landing at 6:20 p.m. Pacific Time, said Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor.

The hangar collapsed, and firefighters were unable to enter more than two hours after the crash, said Captain John Nevandro of the Santa Monica Fire Department.



"When we got there, the whole hangar that the plane went into was completely involved and full of flames," said Santa Monica Fire Department Capt. John Nevandro. "This was an unsurvivable crash. It went into the hangar. We cannot get into the hangar. The hangar collapsed."


No survivors after plane hits hangar at Santa Monica Airport

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Firefighters said the hangar was collapsing as they arrived.

The plane departed from Hailey, Idaho.

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posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 03:02 AM
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hknudzkknexnt
The twin-engine Cessna Citation ran off the right side of the runway after landing ...


From the video, it appears to be this one here at lower left.


No I'm no expert on landing Cessna Citations, but that seems a rather long way down the runway to be still going at an uncontrollable speed, in both forward movement and direction.



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 03:11 AM
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I wonder who the poor occupants were-a sad tragedy-and I wonder if there were other fueled-up craft in the hangar.Is it normal for a collapsed hangar to burn so long+fiercely after a Cessna crashing into it? The fuel tanl is not that immense,is it? Well maybe they stored objects of a highly flammable nature in there.I sympathise with the loved ones of the deceased.



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 05:13 AM
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Looks like it landed long coupled with brake failure or reverse thrusters failure



posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 11:54 AM
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The plane was reported to be registered to a company called Creative Real Estate Exchange out of Malibu. They don't appear to exist.

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ABC NEWS and other are reporting today that Creative Real Estate Exchange is based in both Alabama and Georgia but with ties to Malibu, California. But is that really true? “The jet, a Cessna 525A manufactured in 2003, is registered to a Malibu, Calif., address and its corporate owner, Creative Real Estate Exchange, is based in Birmingham, Ala., and Atlanta, according to FAA public records”, states ABC today.

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LALATE can report that of California, Alabama and Georgia, Real Estate Exchange LLC is only active in the state of Georgia. On September 6, 2010, the LLC’s status became “Admin. Dissolved” in the state of Georgia. Woodruff was listed as the non commercial registered agent at the time with an address out of Kennesaw, Georgia. The company’s last document was an “administrative dissolution” filed on September 6, 2010. Moreover, there is no Creative Real Estate Exchange LLC licensed to do business in the State of California, LALATE can report.





 
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