Weekend fatal plane crash under investigation
The Federal Aviation Administration is looking into a weekend plane crash which killed two north Florida men. WUFT-FM’s Blake Alderman says the plane lost control shortly after take-off and landed into a heavily wooded area.
47-year-old Mark Fuller and 74-year-old Ralph Ken Terry died in the crash near Williston. The Levy County Sheriff’s Office is preserving the scene while the FAA investigates.
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