Plane crashes into Gulf of Mexico hours after flying
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Plane crashes into Gulf of Mexico hours after flying

Guasave : Mexico | Apr 19, 2012 at 10:31 PM PDT
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A veil of mystery surrounding the accident reported yesterday by a twin-engine plane flew uncontrolled for three hours on a Gulf of Mexico and ended up falling into the sea 200 kilometers from the coast of Florida, confirmed the Coast Guard United States, saying that according to reports from the authorities, apparently the pilot of the ship was unconscious.

The corporation reported receiving a report that a Cessna 421 was flying somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico with a pilot in an unconscious state, without know why he fell into that condition.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) told CNN that the plane was only occupied by the pilot and took off from the community of Slidell, Louisiana on their way to Sarasota, Florida. Lost contact with the plane at 9:00 am local time and crashed at sea around 12:00 hours. There are no traces of the pilot.

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GULF OF MEXICO - An HH-65 rescue helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans approaches the flight deck of the Coast Guard Cutter Resolute for touch-and-go landings at sunset July 12, 2010.   The flight training operation was conducted while
GULF OF MEXICO - An HH-65 rescue helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station New Orleans approaches the flight deck of the Coast Guard Cutter Resolute for touch-and-go landings at sunset July 12, 2010. The flight training operation was conducted while
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