Jean, NV – Authorities report that a small single-engine aircraft was downed between I-15 northbound and Las Vegas Boulevard South Wednesday night, September 5th with the pilot of the aircraft confirmed dead. The stretch of land where the plane crashed, about 30 miles south of Las Vegas near Jean Airport, was first responded to by the Clark County Fire Department before the incident was handed over to other officials, including the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and Federal Aviation Administration.
Las Vegas, NV (August 27, 2018) – Federal officials from the National Transportation Safety Board are reporting that a single-engine aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing on Interstate 15 Highway causing traffic to buildup south of Las Vegas Monday morning, August 27th.
Authorities have identified the 4 people who were killed when their small plane crashed in Agua Dulce, a mountainous town about 44 miles north of Los Angeles, Sunday morning, Feb. 11th. The 4 people were identified as 65-year old Tom Hastings, who piloted the small aircraft, 27-year old Amber Hill, Tom’s daughter, 25-year old Jacob Hill, Tom’s son-in-law, and 9-year old Madison Hastings-Saxelby, Tom’s granddaughter. The 4 family members were traveling back to California from a family trip to Las Vegas. Authorities confirmed that Hasting left Henderson Executive Airport in his Cirrus VK-30 fixed-wing single-engine 5-seater airplane at some time around 10:00 a.m.