Georgia law enforcement confirmed on Thursday that no one survived just after a airplane crashed in the vicinity of a Standard Mills producing facility.
The captain of the Covington, Ga., law enforcement office said in an email to The Hill on Thursday that close to 7 p.m. neighborhood time, a plane was “traveling from the area of the Covington Airport,” then later on headed in the northeast path right after veering off sharply and “went down crashing into 3 vacant tractor trailers on the house of Standard Mills.”
Capt. Ken Malcolm claimed there ended up no survivors in the crash, but he noted that there was no information and facts at the time on how many men and women were on the aircraft at the time of the incident.
A spokesperson for Basic Mills explained the incident transpired around the company’s production facility in Covington, adding that no workforce had been injured by the crash.
A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) spokesman explained that equally the FAA and Nationwide Transportation Basic safety Board (NTSB) would be investigating the incident, stating the NTSB will be primary the investigation.