Piper PA-28 Has Crashed Killing Two Men Onboard Near Philadelphia Airport

Yesterday, at around 1:45 pm Piper PA-28 flying with two men on board has crashed shortly after takeoff from Brandywine Airport also known as Philadelphia Airport. The crash site is about 2 miles from Airport. Both men have been killed in that awful crash.

It has been reported that after they took off from Brandywine Airport, unfortunately, their aircraft plummeted and crashed into a wooded area near Saunders Lane and Andrews Drive in the West Goshen, Chester County killing two men on board. The plane had taken a nosedive and had struck to woods. According to witnesses, engines might have been disengaged from the propeller due to which plane was stalled and plummeted to the ground resulting in a big bang with flame. It is still unknown about the identities of casualties and the cause of the crash as well. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and concerned authorities of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) have been indulged in probing the cause behind the crash.


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