Aircraft Piper PA-28


Four people were killed in a plane crash in Alaska

light plane crashed in Alaska.

Small aircraft Piper PA-28 Cherokee exercised flight between Anchorage and Alsvortom, however, under unknown circumstances, to date, the aircraft crashed into Lake Clark Pass. On board the aircraft at the time of the crash were four people, including the pilot, his wife and two children who died from hypothermia.

According to some information available to date, the tragic incident may be linked to adverse weather conditions, particularly in the time of the accident the visibility was significantly hampered, and the pilot just rather simply did not calculate the height of its flight, and became erroneously decline, which, however, does not and eliminates the possibility of a technical fault.