Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Plane crash Arkansas: Pryor couple dies in crash

Plane crash Arkansas: Pryor couple dies in crash
Plane crash Arkansas: Pryor couple dies in crash, A plane crashed in Arkansas after leaving Alabama. KFOR-TV reports on Oct. 22 that the Piper Saratoga plane was carrying two people. Their bodies were found in the wreck near Huntsville.

Officials believe Ivan and Adina Williams were the victims they found in the single-engine plane crash. The couple is from Pryor and owns a business in Oklahoma. Ivan is the CEO of Williams Construction Co., and family members confirmed that he was using this plane.

The plane left Alabama in the morning and was headed to Oklahoma. It did not encounter any problems in Sylacauga, but it was losing altitude by the time it was near Huntsville. The weather has been described as rainy. However, it is not known if this was responsible for the crash. Air-traffic control was notified about the plane’s problems before it disappeared from radar. Ivan and Adina Williams never reached their destination of Claremore.

Local residents describe hearing a loud crash and being confused by the sounds in the afternoon. It took several hours to find the plane near Huntsville. Williams Construction Co. has declined to issue a statement at this time and is waiting for a spokesperson to come forward and discuss the crash with the media.

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