NTSB releases report on plane crash near Roy that injured 2
The National Transportation and Safety Board has released a preliminary report outlining the facts surrounding a plane crash last month near Roy that seriously injured the two people aboard.
The crash occurred Nov. 17 and injured a commercial pilot and a student pilot.
According to the NTSB report, the plane caught fire after it had crashed into a billboard and fell to the ground.
Both the departure point and destination are listed as the Ogden-Hinckley Airport.
The wreckage of the airplane was taken to a facility for examination.No possible explanation for the crash was included in the NTSB report.
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