New information on Floyd County plane crash - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/2/09

New information on Floyd County plane crash

FLOYD COUNTY, TX (KCBD) - New information on the plane crash in Floyd County that killed a Houston couple. 

The National Transportation Safety Board states in a preliminary report, that weather was most likely the contributing factor in the June 18th crash.

Fifty-three year old Rainer Aberer and 56-year-old Sharen Lee Seversen, were killed in the crash. The NTSB says the Cessna crashed in a cotton field near Doughtery, when visibility was low and the winds were estimated between 70 and 80 miles per hour.

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6/22/09
Floydada plane crash update: Victims were married
A Houston businessman and his wife died when their small plane crashed in a cotton field in Floyd County, near Floydada.

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