Lear 35 Crash In California; No Survivors

  • Private jet crash in California
  • Four casualties in private jet crash

On December 27th just after 7 p.m. a lear 35 went down in a small neighborhood in San Diego California.

In a statement, the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the fatal California crash is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).

Unfortunately The four souls on board were announced dead upon impact due to the speed and the explosion of the aircraft when it went down. The firefighters on scene were not able to recover any of the bodies on board the aircraft.

The Learjet 35 took off from John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana and was headed 90 miles south to San Diego when it crashed on its descent toward Gillespie Field Airport

The audio recorded from the pilots during the decent of their crash started off as a calm message making the ground teams aware of the decent and then quickly turned for the worse. The pilot’s calm voices turned into more a scream for help as the aircraft hurled towards the ground striking a power line and then the Earth beneath them.

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