3 Fatalities Reported in Texas Plane Crash

Aug 30, 2020 | Aviation Accidents

Sunday, August 30th — Four passengers aboard a single engine airplane were involved in a fatal crash at an airfield in Bryan, Texas. Three people were killed in the crash and the fourth passenger is in critical condition.

According to a press release, David Walker, 54, Tamara Walker, 51, and Victoria Walker, 21, died in the crash. Sources confirm they were a father, mother, and their daughter, who was a senior at Texas A&M University.

The fourth passenger, also a student at Texas A&M, has not been named. It is unclear where the group was heading, where the flight originated, or who owns the plane.https://www.weebly.com/weebly/apps/generateMap.php?map=google&elementid=180661094592318173&ineditor=0&control=3&width=auto&height=250px&overviewmap=0&scalecontrol=0&typecontrol=0&zoom=11&long=-96.3379022&lat=30.7201678&domain=www&point=1&align=1&reseller=falseThe Piper PA24 crashed at around 2:30PM at Coulter Field Airport, about 85 miles northwest of Houston, according to Federal Aviation spokesperson Lynn Lunsford. The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash. It may take several months for a final report on the accident.

The cause of the accident remains unknown. We wish a speedy recovery to the surviving passenger and extend our sincerest condolences to those who’ve lost their loved ones.
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One of the most essential aspects of an aviation accident claim will be identifying the at-fault party. Aviation accidents are complex, and there are many possible liable parties, including:

  • Pilots
  • Air traffic control staff
  • The airline
  • The manufacturer of the plane or helicopter
  • The owner of the plane or helicopter
  • Aviation component manufacturers
  • Aircraft maintenance service companies 

If your loved one did not survive the accident, you may be able to pursue a wrongful death claim against the party accountable for loss of support, companionship, and financial costs. The exact amount of compensation you can receive will vary depending on the details of your accident. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a helicopter or airplane crash, contact us today for a 100% free case evaluation. Our experienced aviation attorneys are ready to fight for you and your family.

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