Ohio: Two planes collide; at least 4 feared dead

Two small planes collided over Ohio and crashed in a field Friday, and four or five people aboard were feared dead.

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October 14, 2005 22:57
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Two small planes collided over Ohio and crashed in a field Friday, and four or five people aboard were feared dead. The planes, one a Cessna, the other a Lancair, crashed a few hundred feet away from each other, with one aircraft coming to rest upside-down. The Federal Aviation Administration regional office in the Chicago area said in a recorded message that four or five people were believed killed. The cause of the accident was under investigation.

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