HomeConnecticut plane crash live – Dr. Courtney Haviland and Dr. William Schroener among 4 victims of Farmington disaster

Connecticut plane crash live – Dr. Courtney Haviland and Dr. William Schroener among 4 victims of Farmington disaster

Authorities have identified the four people who died after a plane flew past a building in Connecticut yesterday, two of whom were a couple expecting a baby.

The pilots have been identified as William O’Leary, 55, and Mark Morrow, 57, and the passengers are Courtney Haviland, 33, and her husband, William Schroener, 31.

A family friend confirmed that Kourtney and William were expecting a baby. They already share a young son Teddy who was not on the plane.

The building’s owner, Trumpf, also confirmed two additional people were injured on the ground.

“At this time, all employees who were inside the affected building have been reported to have two injuries. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available,” the company wrote on Facebook.

The plane crashed into the building just after 10 a.m. local time on Thursday.


The two passengers killed in the accident were Courtney Haviland, 33, and her husband, William Schroener, 31.Credit: Facebook

Read the Connecticut crash live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Pilot tribute

    One of the pilots who succeeded, Will O’Leary, has a Touch his tribute on YouTube His cousin made it.

    The caption to the video reads: “My cousin is going to die today. He was a great pilot, great brother, son and father. We will miss him. I love you my friend.”

  • witnesses

    Eyewitnesses said Hartford Courant What they experienced during and after the accident.

    “People working in the area reported hearing a loud bang. The lights flashed, then they went out.”

    Another witness stated that “the plane took out a power pole and a transformer before hitting the building.”

  • Emergency

    Amid the plane crash, Governor Lamont declared a state of emergency due to flooding in Connecticut as a result of Hurricane Ida on Thursday.

  • When did the collapse happen?

    the accident that It caused clouds of smoke to rise from the scene, after 10 a.m. local time on Sept 2.

  • Where did the collapse happen?

    The plane hit the Trumpf Building in Farmington, Connecticut on Hyde Road.

  • What type of plane?

    The aircraft was described as a Cessna Citation 560X business jet NBC Connecticut.

  • Travel to North Carolina

    The Federal Aviation Administration confirmed that the flight took off from Robertson Airport in Plainville, Connecticut, and was heading to North Carolina.

  • The plane reaches the ground first

    Officials say the plane hit the ground before hitting the building.

  • Schools inside

    Plainville schools are advised to keep children indoors due to the heavy smoke in the area.

    However, they were able to resume normal activities shortly before 11 am.

  • One employee sustained burns

    Trumpf worker Steve Ennis shared that one of his co-workers suffered burns as a result of the plane crash.

    Two employees were injured in the accident, but the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.

  • Follow Trump worker statement

    Steve Ennis’ account continues, “One of my employees who sat next to me was like, ‘Oh my God, this was a plane crash,'” Ennis recalls. “We ran out of the building and the flames were already halfway over the building.”

    “People could have been killed. And if he was another 20 yards down the wall, people would have been killed.”

  • Trump worker statement

    Steve Ennis, who worked for Trumpf for 21 years, was working at the time of the accident.

    “We knew something had happened,” said Innes, who has worked with Trumpf for 21 years. “It was very close to us. Then all of a sudden we heard a huge bang and all the power was cut off.”

    “One of my employees who was sitting next to me was just like, ‘Oh my God, this was a plane crash,'” Ennis recalls. “We ran out of the building and the flames were already halfway up the building.”

  • plane registration

    The aircraft involved in the accident was registered to Brook Haven Properties LLC in Camden, Delaware, in April 2017, according to FAA records.

    Earlier in March 2016, the aircraft was listed as registered by Central Connecticut Aircraft LLC in Plainville.

  • Pilot licenses

    The Stamford lawyer It reveals the licenses of the two pilots who were killed in the accident.

    It reads, “Morrow was an active commercial air transport pilot’s license and was approved to fly single and multi-engine aircraft such as the Cessna, equipped with twin propellers, turboprops.

    FAA records show that “O’Leary obtained an active air transport license and was approved for single and multi-engine aircraft.”

  • Did the couple have children?

    William and Kourtney were a married couple killed in a plane crash in Farmington, Connecticut.

    According to a Facebook post by William Penn’s brother, the two had a young son named Teddy.

    He was not on the plane at the time of the accident.

  • The pilots are in good shape

    The Stamford lawyer Reports state that FAA records show that “Morrow and O’Leary were both pilots in good standing, and they worked as flight instructors.”

  • William’s brother speaks loudly

    The victim’s nephew William spoke about his brother’s death on Facebook.

    He confirmed that the couple’s young son, Teddy, was not on the ship.

  • NTSB . statement

    The National Transportation Safety Board released a statement about the investigation.

    The investigator will document the scene, examine the aircraft, request any air traffic communications, radar data, and weather reports, and attempt to contact any witnesses.

    “Also, the investigator will request aircraft maintenance records, medical records and the pilot’s flight history.”

  • Investigation

    An NTSB spokesperson said investigators arrived at the scene on Friday.

    A full accident report may take anywhere from 10 days to 2 years.

  • Trumpf, Senior Vice President

    In a video Friday, Burke Dower, senior vice president of Trumpf, said: “Today we are focused on assessing the damage at our production facilities and figuring out what we can do to bring the company back and produce machine tools and lasers for our customers.”

  • Massachusetts General Hospital statement

    Massachusetts General Hospital issued a statement Friday saying, “Our hearts are broken following the death of our friend and colleague Dr. Courtney Haviland and her husband, Dr. Will Schrouner.

    Courtney first came to MassGeneral Hospital for Children in 2016 as a resident and most recently completed a fellowship in medical simulation last June before transferring to Brown University where she worked as a fellow in pediatric emergency medicine.

    “She was universally loved by her colleagues and patients and lived a life full of meaning. Her bright smile and flash of her eye left an indelible mark on everyone who met her, as did her boundless kindness and tenderness.

    “Our thoughts are with her family and loved ones as we mourn with them at this difficult and tragic time.”

  • Boston Medical Center Statement

    Boston Medical Center issued a statement Friday saying, “We are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of one of our cardiology colleagues, Dr. Will Schruner, and his wife, Dr. Courtney Haviland.

    “Will, a sophomore fellow at Boston Medical Center, has been well known as an educator, physician, colleague and friend to many. Our thoughts and prayers are with Will and Courtney’s family and loved ones.”

  • Tragedy

    A WBZ reporter reports that Will and Kourtney’s family friend revealed that Kourtney was pregnant at the time of her untimely death.

  • What caused the collapse?

    Officials said the plane suffered a mechanical failure after takeoff that led to the crash.

  • Nothing left

    “The first responders were here almost immediately, but there was nothing left,” Governor Lamont said after arriving on the scene.

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