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Two Men Die in Onslow County, North Carolina Plane Crash

Two people are confirmed dead in a plane crash in Onslow County, North Carolina (NC). The Onslow County Sheriff's Department stated that a small plane carrying two people crashed in a field behind a house on Batchelor Road, which is in the Nine Mile community area. The FAA has reportede to local TV station WITN that the two people on board did not survive the plane crash.


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The Federal Aviation Administration tells WITN the prop plane, a Lancair Legacy Aircraft, was registered to Peter Hebert in Waterbury Center, Vermont.The crash was first reported at 12:40 p.m. It happened three miles southwest of Albert J. Ellis Airport.

Airport director Chris White says the pilot radioed air traffic control in Wilmington and said the plane was having a fuel problem. They declared an emergency and were to land at Albert Ellis. White says his airport's fire-rescue was then put on stand-by.

Online information shows the plane left JFK Airport in New York Friday morning and was headed to Wilmington, NC.The Sheriff's Office reports there was no damage to people or buildings on the ground.

As with all serious injury cases, it is especially crucial to seek out professional legal advice in an airplane accident injury cases and we have the experienced injury attorneys to evaluate your claim. Our firm is ready to assist you  in reviewing your specific situation to see if your claim meets our criteria. In North Carolina, as well as every other state, there are laws on how long you have to file a suit also. Don't hesitate, call our toll free number and get confidential legal advice. 
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