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A UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter carrying three National Guard members crashed Jan. 20, 2021 during what was described as a routine training exercise.
A Sriwijaya Air Boeing plane with 62 people on board scheduled to fly from Jakarta to Pontianak reportedly vanished from radar minutes from taking off on Jan. 9, 2021. Indonesian authorities are searching for Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182, 26-year old plane and believe debris has been found in the Java Sea, the last known location of the plane.
A helicopter carrying nine international peacekeepers, including seven American service members, one Frenchman and one Czech, crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Nov. 12, 2020, killing all but one on board. Early reports indicate technical failure is a suspected cause of the crash.
A mid-air collision claimed seven lives in Soldotna, Alaska, on July 31, 2020, including four members of a South Carolina family.
Motley Rice, with co-counsel Hendrickson & Long PLLC, has filed a suit on behalf of Zachary R. Steenstra and his family after his tragic and seemingly preventable death due to denied care during a medical emergency aboard United Flight 803 on Dec. 3, 2017.
One hundred and forty-nine passengers and eight crew members were killed when their plane, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, crashed. The plane, a new Boeing 737 MAX 8, was en route to Nairobi, Kenya, and carrying passengers of 35 different nationalities.
All on board Lion Air Flight JT 610 are feared dead after the Indonesian airliner crashed shortly after takeoff Monday from Jakarta, the country’s capital city.
A Portland family, including three minor children, who suffered severe injuries July 31 when their plane, Aeromexico Flight 2431, crashed while taking off during inclement weather near Durango, Mexico, has commenced litigation.
An Aeromexico airline flight crashed near Durango, Mexico, injuring at least 97 people according to early estimates. 103 passengers and 4 crew members were on board the Embraer 190 aircraft.
One person was killed and at least seven others were treated for minor injuries April 17, 2018, after a Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 was forced to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport due to an apparent engine failure