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NTSB: Plane nose-dived before crash into hospital
NTSB says plane that crashed into Calif. hospital nearly turned upside down, then nose-dived
By The Associated Press

WATSONVILLE, Calif. (AP) ' Federal investigators say a plane that crashed into a Central California medical building, killing four people on board, took off at a steep angle, rolled until it was nearly upside down and then nose-dived.

The findings were included in a preliminary report about the July 7 crash in Watsonville issued Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board.

The NTSB says two witnesses reported that the plane rolled rapidly to the left shortly after taking off at a steep angle from Watsonville Municipal Airport around 7:20 p.m. It nearly inverted and then nose-dived, completing two turns before disappearing behind trees.



The plane hit a parking lot and then slid into an unoccupied building at Watsonville Community Hospital.

Forty-five-year-old David Houghton, his wife, 44-year-old Dorothy, and their sons, Luke and Ryan, died.


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