NTSB Finds Pilot Was Incapacitated Before Crash

Citation V crash
Wreckage from the debris field of the Citation V crash.
Credit: NTSB
The pilot of a Cessna 560 Citation V that crashed near Warm Springs, Oregon, on Jan. 9, 2021 became incapacitated for reasons that could not be determined, the NTSB has found. The 72-year-old pilot, who was the sole occupant of the midsize jet, had filed a flight plan to fly from Troutdale Airport...

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