Plane crashes into Round Valley High School

by Administrator 14. June 2010 08:27

A single-engine Piper Saratoga airplane crashed into a two-story Round Valley High School building about 200 miles east of Phoenix this past Friday.

The crash occurred very shortly after takeoff from Springerville Municipal Airport in Eagar, Arizona.  Also, the airplane was found to be registered to pilot Jeffery Ulrich of Wesley Chapel. 

The plane appeared to be having difficulty according to witness who saw the plane circling around the building for a few minutes, then suddenly nose-dive directly into the school.  Nobody was in the building at the time of the accident and there were no ground injuries.  The building remained on fire for a few hours after the crash until fire crews were able to stop the flames.

Police found the remains of four people at the scene but they remain unidentified.  

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of those involved in the airplane accident.

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