Small Passenger Jet Crashes Into Hangar at Santa Monica Airport
Updated News on Santa Monica Cessna Crash
Preliminary Report 5 Unconfirmed Fatalities (Source: http://www.asias.faa.gov/pls/
“A southern California building company CEO and his son are believed to be among the victims who were on board a private jet that crashed after it landed at a Santa Monica Airport on Sunday night. While the cause of the crash is unclear, Morley Builders CEO Mark Benjamin and his son, Luke, a senior project engineer, were on board the plane, according to a statement by Vice President Charles Muttillo on the company’s website” (Source: http://abcnews.go.com/US/
On September 29, 2013 at approximately 6:20 P.M., a Cessna 525 Citation slammed into a hangar after landing at Santa Monica Airport. Both the hangar and aircraft were immediately engulfed in flames. The flight originated from Hailey, Idaho. The jet holds up to eight passengers, however because of the extensive damage and ongoing search & rescue effort, the number of passengers is not yet known. The links embedded below provide preliminary news coverage of this flight-related tragedy and we at Pilot Law, P.C. are actively investigating this unfortunate incident. We are keenly sympathetic to the families’ losses in tragedies such as this, having litigated dozens like it in courts throughout the country and abroad. In cases such as this, a surviving family may have legal recourse against various entities, including the aircraft and/or component manufacturers, aircraft maintenance companies, and the owner/operator of the aircraft. We at Pilot Law, P.C. bring years’ of experience and expertise to bear and will diligently and relentlessly pursue the truth on behalf of the victims’ families.