Perry Inhofe, the son of Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), reported a control problem and that the left engine of his MU-2B-25 had shut down shortly before the aircraft crashed while maneuvering on approach to Tulsa International Airport (TUL) on Nov. 10, the National Transportation Safety Board says. Perry Inhofe, 52, the pilot and sole person aboard the aircraft, died in the crash. NTSB on Nov. 19 released the preliminary report on the accident, which occurred in a wooded area near Owasso, ...
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