Gordonville, TX — Four people were sent to the hospital after a plane crash in Gordonville, Texas, on Saturday, August 23, 2014. The accident took place at the Cedar Mills Marina Airport, which sits on the south shore of Lake Texoma.
According to officials from the Federal Aviation Administration, it appears as if the Cessna 177 Cardinal clipped the tree line as it came in for a landing. Two women aboard the plane were taken to Wilson N. Jones. Two men, both of whom were critically injured, were taken to the Medical Center of Plano. Officials have yet to release any names.
The FAA is still investigating the accident.
Scene of the Accident
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