Father and Son Identified as Victims of New Jersey Plane Crash

A father and son have been identified as the victims in a small plane crash that occurred in Cumberland County on Monday.

John Noone III, 67, and his son Kristofer Noone, 24, were flying a Champion 7AC fixed-wing, single-engine plane 7AC fixed-wing, single-engine plane when it crashed on Parvin Mill Road in Upper Deerfield Township at around 2:15 pm Monday.

The plane had taken off from the nearby Bucks Airport. It isn’t yet clear what caused the crash or whether the plane had just taken off or was attempting to land when the accident happened.

“An NTSB investigator is expected to be on scene today and will focus on documenting the perishable evidence,” NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway told NJ.com. “While on scene, the NTSB investigator will examine the aircraft, request air traffic communications, radar data, weather reports and try to contact any witnesses.”

“NTSB investigators will look at the human, machine and environment as the outline of the investigation,” he added.


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