Two small planes collide in midair near Denver, three dead
Midair collision kills three people, Colorado authorities say. Two planes crashed midair in Colorado on Saturday, killing three people, authorities say. Joshua Bonafede, a Boulder County sheriff’s deputy, said two planes collided on Saturday morning. One plane was found about 30 miles northwest of downtown Denver.
Shocking video shows aftermath of mid-air collision between two planes north of Denver that killed three people and left two separate crash sites
Three people were killed on Saturday when two small planes collided in midair over Boulder County, Colorado, crashing into an open field and leaving two separate crash sites, local authorities said.
The Two small planes collided in midair over Boulder County, Colorado, on Saturday
One plane crashed in an open field where two occupants were found dead, while the pilot of the second plane also died crashing into nearby trees
The two aircraft were a Cessna 172 and a Sonex Xenos, the National Transportation Safety Board said as it investigates the cause of the crash
None of the three victims from the crash were immediately identified