Aug 10th, 2010 by RichmondJ
A military golf course in San Diego was startled on Monday when a small home built plane crashed down on the course near the 11th hole. The home built plane crash resulted in four critical injuries and one death, authorities report.
One witness recounts seeing the small plane flying loudly overhead, only 10 feet above him. In seconds, the plane crashed into the 11th hole on north end of the course. On impacting the ground, the plane flipped before stopping on a slope. The plane crash took place at around 1 p.m. in the afternoon.
The plane contained five occupants at the time it crashed. Two of the occupants were adults, the other three children – a family of 5. One of the adults, a woman, was killed. A man and three children were escorted to the hospital with critical injuries.
Authorities gave linked the cause of the crash to a door that fell from the home built plane while it was en route to Fullerton Municipal Airport.
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