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Man photographed boarding missing flight sought asylum, friend says
One of two Iranian men who were photographed before they boarded a Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 jetliner before it took off and went missing last weekend was trying to get to Germany in search of a better life, a friend reportedly said.
Report Says Fire Likely Cause Of 2011 Plane Crash
Federal safety investigators say an in-flight fire likely caused a 2011 plane crash that killed four Kentucky residents.
Somber 7th Anniversary Of Comair Crash In Lexington
It was seven years ago today that Comair 5191 took off from the wrong runway at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport and crashed, killing 49 of the 50 people on board.
Small Plane That Took Off From Georgetown Crashes In Illinois
A small plane that took off Wednesday afternoon from the airport in Georgetown, crashed in Bolingbrook, Illinois, killing the passenger and critically injuring the pilot, according to investigators. Video Video
Update: Pilot And Passenger In Fair Condition After Plane Crash
Pilot Gary McGlothin, 54, of Lexington and his passenger, Charles Jackson, 55, of Winchester, are both listed in fair condition, according to a spokesperson for UK Hospital. The two were injured after the plane they were in crashed immediately after takeoff in Pulaski County on Monday.
Passenger In Pulaski Plane Crash Released From Hospital
The passenger of a plane that crashed in Pulaski County Monday afternoon, has been released from UK Hospital, according to officials.
Plane Crashes In Pulaski County
The Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said the pilot is from Lexington and his passenger is from Winchester. Both men were airlifted to UK Hospital.
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