Unknown Cause of Renton Plane Crash at Renton Municipal Airport
RENTON, WA (June 4, 2019) – On Tuesday afternoon, police reported a small plane crash at Renton Municipal Airport.
According to the Renton Regional Fire Authority, the incident happened around 3:00 PM. The two-seater plane experienced a landing gear malfunction and crashed during landing. As a result, the plane’s fuel tank began to leak.
The Boeing plant booth stated the plane that crashed was a two-seat Cessna 150 model. However, that model has not been in production since the mid-1970’s.
Firefighters stated the two passengers inside managed to escape safely on their own. In other words, they were not injured.
Crews were working to control a small fuel leak from the aircraft. Hence, the airport was shut down during the emergency response. No further information has been released at this time. An investigation is still currently ongoing to determine further details.
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