Plane from PCB crashes in Georgia

By Brady Calhoun | bcalhoun@wmbb.com

Published 12/06 2016 12:03PM

Updated 12/06 2016 12:03PM

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One person was killed when a Key Lime Air propeller plane went down in rough weather Monday night near Camilla, as it was approaching the Albany airport, according to ABC station WALB.

The station is reporting that cargo flight KG 308 took off from the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport on with only the pilot on board.

Officials received a call just after 10 p.m. that a plane crashed at Mt. Zion Road and Mt. Zion Church Road. 

The crash will be investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration are in route to the scene.

FAA Statement:

"Key Lime Air flight 308, a Fairchild SA-227 aircraft,  crashed in a field in Mitchell County, GA at about 10:20 pm on December 5.  Only the pilot was on board, local authorities will release the name and condition.  The flight was enroute from Panama City, FL to  Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, GA when the accident occurred.   The National Transportation Safety Board is in charge of the investigation, you can reach NTSB at 202-314-6100.  The FAA also is investigating."

 

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