Piper PA-34 Wesvin Inc: Wesvin Inc Piper PA-34 crash (photos/video)
A Piper PA-34 low on fuel into the coppice near a West Virginia landing field. All six on timber the Piper PA-34 were . The Piper PA-34 crash happened on Friday, Jan 30. The initial of the Piper PA-3 had radioed the landing strip to warn them that his plane was running low on fuel.
The Piper PA-34 did not make it to the airstrip but crashed more or less 2 miles from the Tri-State Airport near Ohio and Kentucky. All six on food died.
The airport controller steeple was in contact and working with the test of the Piper PA-34 when the model made a swift 180 degree turn and the Tri-State controllers lost advocate with the . The Piper PA-34 was registered to Wilmington, Del.-based Wesvin Inc.