Everyone on Board Killed After Plane Crashes Into Addison Hangar
On Sunday, June 30, 2019, a twin-engine Beechcraft King Air plane crashed into a private hangar. All ten on board were killed in this fiery crash. The flight had been headed to St. Petersburg, Florida. The plane had recently changed hands, and was previously owned by a charter company based in Chicago. It is not yet known if there had been any previous mechanical problems with the plane. Our investigation is continuing.
Witnesses stated the plane was taking off at the south end of the airport, had just lifted off the runway, then banked left immediately after takeoff. As it veered left, it dropped its left wing and went into the hangar before bursting into flames. There were reports that the plane did not sound right on takeoff, appearing to lose its power after rising about 200 feet.
If you are suffering the loss of a loved one who was on that plane, please call us immediately at 214-720-0720. You are not alone.
What you need to know.
There is a statute of limitations period by which an individual must file his or her lawsuit within a set time period from the date of the event resulting in injuries. In Texas, that statute of limitations period is two years from the date of injury or death.
Our law firm is working hard to ensure we have the most current information available to help you recover for your loss. Please call us at 214-720-0720 for a full update on what we know.
Let us help you. The law firm of Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler, L.L.P. is currently accepting clients who lost love ones as a result of the plane crash at Addison Airport on June 30, 2019.