McCormick County, SC (December 23, 2018) – Authorities have responded to a plane crash that ended with a plane flying into the trees near the Georgia-Pacific area. Police cut the plane into pieces to get it out of the trees.
The two people inside the plane at the time survived the accident. Police had to cut the plane into pieces so that they could easily lift it out of the trees. Though the two sustained injuries, they were not life-threatening in nature.
Both the pilot and passenger spoke with investigators and first responders, who found out that the two had been having engine issues in the plane after leaving the airport. The pilot landed the plane in an emergency maneuver the best way he could.
Emergency responders said that they are lucky to be alive. Investigators continue to take a closer look at the accident at this time, with a particular focus on the mechanics of the plane.
First and foremost, we would like to extend our kindest and heartfelt thoughts to those involved in this serious accident, as we understand how frightening these accidents can be. You have many rights under South Carolina law when it comes to plane accidents.
Plane Accident in South Carolina
Every year, many people survive plane accidents and only walk away with minor to serious injuries, while others will be fatal in nature. You are more likely to be involved in a car accident than in a plane accident, which shows you how safe these modes of transportation really are. If you have been involved in one of these accidents in South Carolina, you have many options as you move forward with your case.
Our accident attorneys at the Nye Law Group have handled a wide variety of personal injury cases, some of which include plane accidents. We have dedicated our lives to helping the victims of accidents that happen for reckless reasons. In the past, we have helped many injury clients receive proven case results during one of the most difficult times in their lives. If you have been injured in an accident and you are curious of how to move forward, look no further. Contact us for more information at 912-200-5230.
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