A BEECHCRAFT KING AIR B200, N257CG, was destroyed on April 4, 2003, at 0935 EDT when it crashed into a building in Leominster, Mass. The FAR Part 91 flight was on approach to Fitchburg (Massachusetts) Municipal Airport (FIT) after a one-hour IMC leg from La Guardia Airport (LGA) in New York City. The ATP-certificated pilot, the commercial-rated copilot and four passengers were fatally injured. One passenger was seriously injured, but survived to talk with NTSB investigators; one person ...
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