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2 Killed in Fatal Aviation Accident

According to Hawaii news, two Marines have died as the result of serious personal injuries sustained in an airplane crash that occurred this past week. The aviation accident occurred during a training exercise at the Marine Corps Training Area Bellows aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii. Reports indicate that 22 Marines were aboard the aircraft when it made a hard landing. There was also a fire on the aircraft, and whether it caused the accident or was a result of the accident is unknown.

The accident remains under investigation.

Aviation accidents can happen for a variety of reasons – including, but not limited to, pilot error, a dangerous or defective part, mechanical errors or weather. While aviation accidents are not frequent, when they do happen, they often result in serious, and often deadly consequences. In this instance, the aviation crash was the second deadly plane accident in less than a week.

Both civil aviation and military aviation crashes involve numerous, complex issues, requiring the review of an experienced plane accident lawyer.

For more information, or if you or someone you love has been injured, please contact the skilled Hawaii accident lawyers at Bostwick & Peterson, LLP for an immediate consultation.

Categories: Aviation Accidents

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