Sunday, November 12, 2017

Leza-Lockwood Air Cam, N57BG: Accident occurred November 12, 2017 at Staniel Cay Airport (MYES),  Exuma, Bahamas

Anthony Wiley Loughran: http://registry.faa.gov/N57BG 




Exuma – Authorities are investigating a plane crash that has left two persons with injuries, on Sunday 12th November, 2017.

Reports are that shortly before 10am, Police on Staniel Cay, Exuma received a report that a plane had crashed at the airport. Upon arrival at that location, Officers discovered that a 2004 Leza-Lockwood Air Cam experimental aircraft, registration N57BG, had crashed into an eastern chain link fence as it attempted to land.

The male pilot and his female passenger, both US Citizens, were treated at the local clinic for their injuries. The passenger was discharged however, the pilot is expected to be flown into New Providence for further medical attention.

This matter will be referred to the Department Civil Aviation for further investigation.

Original article can be found here ➤ http://bahamaspress.com




Two people were injured after a plane crash in Exuma on Sunday morning.

According to reports, shortly before 10am, police in Staniel Cay, Exuma received a report that a plane had crashed at the airport.

On arrival at the scene, officers discovered that a two-seater aircraft had crashed into an eastern chain link fence as it attempted to land.

The male pilot and his female passenger, both US citizens, were treated at the local clinic for their injuries.

The passenger was discharged, however the pilot is expected to be flown into New Providence for further medical attention.

This matter will be referred to the Department of Civil Aviation for further investigation.

Original article can be found here ➤ http://www.tribune242.com



A husband and wife from North Carolina survived a plane crash shortly before 10 a.m. yesterday in Staniel Cay, Exuma, police said.

According to reports, the pilot and passenger were flying in a two-seater, open cockpit aircraft that crashed into an eastern chain link fence as it attempted to land at Staniel Cay Airport.

Superintendent Bradley Sands, officer in charge of Exuma, said the woman sustained minor injuries to the head, and the man sustained injuries to the neck and leg.

The woman was discharged, but her husband was expected to be flown to New Providence for further medical attention.

Sands said the plane received extensive damage to both wings and the tail.

The aircraft was removed from the runway yesterday and was not a threat to any inbound or outgoing aircraft, police said.

The matter was referred to the Department of Civil Aviation for further investigation.

Original article ➤ https://thenassauguardian.com

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