Two dead after small plane crashes in Stevens County
STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. — UPDATE: According to a Facebook post by Moody Aviation, a Moody Aviation instructor and two students were killed in the plane crash this morning.
— Jack Ferris (@JFerrisKXLY) July 14, 2018
UPDATE: Sources tell KXLY that at least two people died this morning in the crash.
UPDATE: The Stevens County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed the crash resulted in at least one fatality. FAA officials are on their way to the scene. NTSB from Seattle is also en route.
Stevens County Sheriff’s Office confirms the plane crash. FAA officials are on their way to the scene. https://t.co/6A7MAbSUdq
— Jack Ferris (@JFerrisKXLY) July 13, 2018
Kxly4 is on the scene of a reported small plane crash in Stevens County in the area of Bittrich Antler Road.
A witness said the plane was doing barrel rolls and stunts about a quarter mile from his house in Deer when the wings suddenly folded off and it nose dived into the ground.
This is a developing story. We will continue to update.
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