Three Dead in Hartsville Plane Crash


Hartsville. SC- Three people have been killed in a plane crash in the area of Forest Drive and Fox Hollow Drive in Hartsville.  The crash was reported at approximately 1850 hours Saturday night.  The Lancair IV-P aircraft crashed prior to landing at the Hartsville airport.  The plane landed in a residential area however no houses were hit by the plane.  The plane caught fire upon impact and also caused a grass/brush fire in the area.  No other reported injuries and the crash is being investigated.

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DARLINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) – The Darlington County Sheriff’s office confirmed a small plane crashed Saturday evening right in the front yard of someone’s home. Captain Andy Locklair says it happened near Forest Drive and Fox Hollow Drive outside of the city of Hartsville but near the Hartsville airport. Darlington County Sheriff Wayne Byrd says three people were on the plane. Darlington County Coroner Todd Hardee is not releasing the names at this hour. They were all men. Two were from the area and one was from outside the area. Full Story….


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