Small Plane Crash in Rusk County, Texas – Pilot Killed

by | Apr 20, 2021 | Aviation Accident, Wrongful Death

There was a small plane crash in Rusk County, Texas on April 19, 2021.  Reports indicate the pilot took the single-engine Cessna 310 plane up for a routine maintenance flight, before losing control of the plane.  The plane crashed on County Road 2194 in between Tatum and Easton.  The pilot lost his life in the crash.  The pilot’s identity has not yet been released.

There have been a number of recent plane crashes in 2021.  Two died in a small plane crash in Western Arizona on April 18, 2021.  A pilot was injured in a plane crash in Great Valley, New York on April 7, 2021. A Beechcraft Bonanza crashed in Arcadia, Florida on April 6, 2021, injuring the pilot.  There was a small plane crash in Robertson County, Tennessee on April 5, 2021.  An Aviat Husky A-1 crashed near Cave Springs, Georgia on March 29, 2021. A pilot was injured in a small plane crash in Anchorage, Alaska on March 28, 2021. There was a small plane crash in Lordsburg, New Mexico on March 25, 2021, injuring two Texas residents.  A Cessna 421 crashed on March 11, 2021, in Macon County, North Carolina. A Beech multi-engine plane crashed on March 10, 2021, in Thomas County, Kansas. A small plane crashed on March 6, 2021, in Anderson County, Texas.

Spagnoletti Law Firm has attorneys licensed in Texas, Florida, and New York.  We have handled numerous cases involving the failure of necessary equipment on a plane or helicopter in both federal and state court across the country.  Our attorneys have extensive experience in plane and helicopter crash litigation and the skills needed to aggressively represent the families of loved ones who have lost their lives or those who have been seriously injured in a plane or helicopter crash.  The experienced aviation attorneys at Spagnoletti Law Firm can help you understand your rights if you or a loved one was a victim of a crash. Please contact us online or call 713-804-9306 or to learn more about your legal rights.