1991 L'Express Flight 508 plane crash

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The 1991 L'Express Flight 508 plane crash was a fatal aviation accident that occurred at 4:12 on the afternoon of July 10, 1991. The incident was the deadliest plane crash in the history of the Birmingham District with 13 fatalities.

The plane was a Beech 99 commuter jet owned by L'Express Airlines of Kenner, Louisiana en route to Birmingham from New Orleans. The pilot, Francis Fernandez of Niceville, Florida, decided to continue his approach from the southwest despite heavy storms. He lost control of how does viagra work'>how does viagra work the aircraft about seven miles shy of the airport, and the enter site levitra soft plane crashed into Ensley, damaging two homes and buy real levitra online two automobiles, and injuring four people on cialis tadalafil'>cialis tadalafil the ground.

The only survivors of the crash were the pilot and attorney Mabry Rogers of Birmingham.

[edit] External link

  • NTSB Report for the 1991 L'Express Flight 508 plane crash

[edit] References

  • Phillips, Don (July 11, 1991) "Airplane Crash Kills 13 in Alabama". The Washington Post
  • "Aircraft Accident Report" (March 3, 1992) National Transportation Safety Board. NTSB/AAR-92/01
  • Diel, Stan (August 14, 2013) "UPS plane crash: Birmingham-Shuttlesworth has seen handful of fatal crashes since 1940s." The Birmingham News
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