Reports of plane crash mistaken

Young, Cherry
March 2009
Graham Leader;3/25/2009, Vol. 133 Issue 65, p1A
The article reports that the news about a large airplane crash near Olney, Texas was mistaken, which led to the cancellation of the search operations by law enforcement officials. The false report of the airplane crash was set off after officials received a 911 call from someone who had reported that a commercial airliner had crashed. It states that the original reports may have resulted from low-flying aircraft from an air force base that has conducted training the area.


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