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Names released in Bow plane crash fatality

March 28, 2012

Photo by Ellen Mortensen

According to the Custer County SheriffĂ­s Office, the March 28, 2012, plane
crash northwest of the Broken Bow Airport claimed the life of passenger John L Webb, age 48, of Huntsville, Texas. The pilot, Dustin L. Webb, age 33, also of Huntsville survived.

The crash occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m.

The six-passenger Beech twin engine aircraft is registered out of
Huntsville, and is privately owned. The plane and its occupants were
returning to Texas from North Dakota at the time of the crash.

The FAA has taken over the investigation, so any further questions should
be referred to the FAA at their Lincoln office at 402-548-7810.

The Airport road near the crash site remains closed, and it is anticipated
that it will remain closed for two more days. The Custer County Sheriff's
Office thanks the public for its cooperation as the accident is
investigated.

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