Plane that crashed in Oklahoma, killing 3, was ‘near vertical’

The Associated Press - April 2, 2022 7:24 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A preliminary report on an Oklahoma plane crash that killed three Nebraskans says the aircraft was “near vertical” when it struck the ground. The preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board released on Tuesday says a witness account and an examination of the crash scene indicate the plane crashed nose down on March 17th.

Authorities say those killed in the crash near Pond Creek, about 80 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, were 58-year-old pilot William Lauber and his wife, 58-year-old Christine Lauber, both of Milford, Nebraska, as well as their 21-year-old daughter, Regan Lauber, of Lincoln, Nebraska.


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