Richard Van Trump Aircraft Crash

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Richard Van Trump Aircraft Crash - for the p.m. the 3 Weekend Air Crashes Leave 4...
for the p.m. the 3 Weekend Air Crashes Leave 4 Dead DENVER (AP) - Airplane crashes took the lives of four and injured six. others in three separate incidents t h i s pas weekend in Colorado. Four persons were injured one fatally, in Montrose on Saturday Saturday when their single engine plane crashed into the roof of a rivate home while attempting o take off from the Montrose County Airport. The pilot, identified as Kenneth Kenneth Bennett, Jr., 29, of Sail Lake City, Utah, by the Sherff's Sherff's Department, died Sunday in Montrose Memorial Hospital. ·His passengers, James Gollnick, Gollnick, 27, and his wife, Faith, 23, of Provo, Utah, and David Harler, Harler, 33, of Eldorado, Ark., were isted in good condition at the lospital. Difficulty m State afternoon when their single engine plane crashed into Boy Basin in the nigged Sai Juan Mountains southwest of Ouray. The dead were identified W. H. Frazier, 58, of Corpus Christi, Tex., John Van Trump, 37, of Fort Worth, Tex., ant Richard Sweet, 36, Ouray. Sheriff's officers s a i d plane was flying at a height about 13,000-feet when the encountered power trouble am crashed near an old mine A four wheel drive vehicle was needed to get into the to remove the dead, officials said. Escaped Inlury Three members of a South Dakota family escaped serious njury Sunday morning when hey were forced to crashland heir twin engine plane in a Authorities said the Bennett field near GrBeele £ - lircraft had difficulty achieving altitude on its take off and clip- before he roof of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ivard Huber's home south of he airport. The Hubers were at home but Ths j - ured were identified as wife j Ra 59 his Cecilian 69 ' and tneir old daughter Crystal all of id City. The Colorado State Patro said the accident took pi were uninjured, authorities said. when tne R , ane Three men were killed Sunday began , osing ,,·?, £ ressure .,, of its engines and was unabli to return to the Weld County Airport. The husband and daughter were treated and the mother was listed in satisfactory condi tion at 'Weld County Genera Lidoro Maestos Administrative Aide in N.M. Lidoro Maestas, son of Mr. Hospital, nd Mrs. Joe Maestas of Pierce, _, In a separate incident vill assume the position as dav . tw ° hikers found the par- Wministrative Aide with the tiall y decomposed body of a Las Vegas City School District P»°l wedged in a downed n New Mexico on Aug. 1. cra£t _ to rugged terrain above Dr. Fred Pomeroy superin- endent, indicated that the new xisition will involve respon- ibi lilies for transportation, maintenance a n d custodial upervision, lunchroom ac- ounting, distribution of supplies nd release of public in- ormation. Maestas is a 1962 graduate .f Pierce High School. He eceived his B. A. and M. A. egrees in ministration University in New Mexico. While at Highlands-he was a Nederland. Removal operations were begun begun Monday by the Boulder Emergency squad, Boulder Sheriff's deputies and members of the Federal Aviation Admin istration. The body was unidentified thought to be that of a Junction man who disappears last Oct. 31 on a flight Denver to Grand Junction. educational 'ad-g!!l of lhat P lane was Glenn from Highlands Scott. The crash site mond Lawke. is near

Clipped from Greeley Daily Tribune28 Jul 1970, TuePage 6

Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, Colorado)28 Jul 1970, TuePage 6
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