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Harry Bell, 2011 SCV Man of the Year
Federal officials have released their findings for the cause of the 2012 plane crash at the Camulos Ranch in Piru that killed a Santa Clarita Valley Man of the Year and his fight instructor co-pilot.
National Transportation Safety Board...
Harry Bell, 2011 SCV Man of the Year
[KHTS] – More than two years after a fatal Piru-area plane crash killed the 2011 SCV Man of the Year and his co-pilot, a federal aviation report shed little light on the circumstances of the incident.
The factual findings, which were released recently on the...
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its preliminary report on the plane crash that took the lives of pilot Harry Bell and Michael Boolen on July 5 in an orange grove at Rancho Camulos.
The investigator on the case was unable to speak to the media, but a spokesman for the NTSB said that...
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