Buckeye, AZ (June 18, 2022) – A fatal plane collision took place in Buckeye on the morning of June 18. Just before 7:00 a.m., a Cessna place crashed into the desert.
The incident happened just northwest of Buckeye Municipal Airport near Interstate 10 and Palo Verde Road. Police report that only two people were on board at the time of the collision.
One victim lost their life at the scene. The other passed away at the hospital a short time later.
The deceased victims were identified as Emmanuel Flores, 32, and Daniel Keen, 56. Police in Buckeye continue to investigate the details of the crash.
We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family of the deceased at this time.
Nothing further has been reported.
Plane Collisions in Arizona
Around 30 plane accidents happen in the state of Arizona per year. People are hurt and even killed in these collisions. Plane crashes can happen for many different reasons, however, the negligence of pilots and staff on airplanes can cause serious problems that lead to accidents. In the United States, approximately 300 people lose their lives per year in plane crashes.
The odds of losing your life in a plane crash are 1 in more than 9,000. While it does not seem all that common to become involved in a plane accident, it is extremely devastating and overwhelming when it does happen.
If you have recently lost a loved one in a plane accident caused by negligence, you deserve to be compensated for your damages. You may be stuck paying outrageous bills related to the death of your family member, all of which may qualify for financial compensation in court.
Things like medical care, funeral costs, burial costs, and other expenses related to the death of your loved one may be covered by financial compensation awarded to you through filing a wrongful death claim for financial compensation.
At the law offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC, our legal team is fully dedicated to helping our injured clients get the justice and compensation they deserve after being hurt in a negligently caused crash.