PHOTOS | Macon Airport Plane Crash

4:55 PM, Sep 18, 2012   |    comments
  • A Beech 400 Jet owned by the Dewberry Air Corporation was attempting to land at the Herbert Smart Airport during a heavy down pour of rain. It hydroplaned, went over an embankment, crossed Ocmulgee East Blvd, and stopped in a wooded area, approximately 30 yards away, carrying Brian Landers, Joel Perkins, and John Dewberry. (Photo: Sean DeFoe/Bibb Sheriff's)
  • First responders on the scene of the crash at the Macon Downtown Airport. (Photo courtesy of Eddie Lamberth)
  • First responders on the scene of the crash at the Macon Downtown Airport. (Photo courtesy of Eddie Lamberth)
  • Satellite view of the Macon Downtown Airport from Google Maps.
  • A Beech 400 Jet owned by the Dewberry Air Corporation was attempting to land at the Herbert Smart Airport during a heavy down pour of rain. It hydroplaned, went over an embankment, crossed Ocmulgee East Blvd, and stopped in a wooded area, approximately 30 yards away, carrying Brian Landers, Joel Perkins, and John Dewberry. (Photo: Sean DeFoe/Bibb Sheriff's)
  • A Beech 400 Jet owned by the Dewberry Air Corporation was attempting to land at the Herbert Smart Airport during a heavy down pour of rain. It hydroplaned, went over an embankment, crossed Ocmulgee East Blvd, and stopped in a wooded area, approximately 30 yards away, carrying Brian Landers, Joel Perkins, and John Dewberry. (Photo: Sean DeFoe/Bibb Sheriff's)
  • First responders on the scene of the crash at the Macon Downtown Airport. (Photo courtesy of Eddie Lamberth)
  • First responders on the scene of the crash at the Macon Downtown Airport. (Photo courtesy of Eddie Lamberth)
    
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An official at the Macon Downtown Airport says a plane ran off the runway and crashed into the woods. There are no known casualties and the pilot is communicating with the tower, says Matthew Singletary of Fixed Base Operations at the Macon Downtown Airport. It happened around 10:05 a.m.

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