Small Plane Crashes On Approach To San Bernadino Aiport

SAN BERNARDINO (AP) — A twin-engine Beechcraft Baron aircraft has crashed on approach to San Bernardino International Airport.

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor says the pilot reported a problem at about 11:45 a.m. Monday and the airplane went down about a minute later about a half-mile southwest of the airport.

Gregor says the flight originated in San Luis Obispo and the aircraft was registered to a resident of the Central Coast city.

The number of people aboard is not known.

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  • Andrew

    This story has as little information as posible doesn’t it? Did some one die? What kind of trouble did the pilot have. Did it crash on some one’s property? I mean damn…do a little research before you start posting stories!

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  • Duane Heil

    Yea Andrew!!! I happen to own and operate a Baron out of SLO and everyone I know is now calling me!

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