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Pieces of airplane wash up on St. Lucie County Beach

Pieces of airplane wash up on St. Lucie County Beach

Pieces of airplane wash up on St. Lucie County Beach

St. Lucie County, Fl- The wing of an airplane, including part of the fuselage, was spotted on Normandy Beach Sunday in St. Lucie County.

Two planes crashed in the Atlantic between Feb. 1 and Feb. 8. It is undetermined at this time whether the wing found at Normandy Beach was from either of those crashes.

 

A Convair C-131 crashed Friday 13 miles off Miami on a flight from the Bahamas. The Coast Guard rescued one survivor Friday.

 

The other plane was Dr Ken Simmons from Greenacres who was aboard his Piper aircraft with his wife and two dogs.

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