WPRI: Preliminary plane crash accident reportHassinger 'appeared to be in good spirits shortly before the crash'
WPRI reports that the The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary report on the Oct. 25 New Hampshire airplane accident that killed two island residents, Herman and Doris Hassinger.
Pilot Herman "appeared to be in good spirits," before taking off from Boire Field in Nashua, NH, but about 10 minutes later he made a 180-degree turn.
An examination of the plane afterward showed the landing gear wasn't down, reports WPRI.
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