Searcy, AR — Officials are reporting a plane crash at the Searcy Airport in White County, Arkansas. The accident took place on Friday, around 2:45 in the afternoon.
Very few details have been released so far. Reports indicate that a plane trying to make an emergency landing when it crashed.
Two people were aboard the plane at the time. They sustained minor injuries. Their names have not been released.
Authorities have yet to release any other details concerning the accident. The investigation is ongoing.
Scene of the Accident
Much like the news reports are saying, not much information has been released on what happened on Friday. Kind of a catch-all I’ve found in situations like this, however, is that investigations into plane accidents typically take a very long time. The FAA and NTSB like to take their time with these sorts of things. The problem is, the people involved want to know what happened a lot sooner than that. If an accident occurred because of negligence on someone’s part, it’s possible there’s a running clock on how much time they’ve got to file a claim. We’ve been involved in similar cases in the past and have always been able to find these people answers through our own, private investigations.
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