NTSB Says Crash Weather-Related

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

A preliminary federal report says the pilot
of a plane that crashed in Noxubee County May 31 was attempting to fly through severe weather when the crash occurred.

E.R. "Tracy" Shirley, III, of Newcastle, Okla., died in the crash. He was vice president and chief financial officer for Harrison Gypsum Co. of Norman, Okla.

The plane crashed in the Mashulaville community, about 15 miles southwest of Macon, Miss.

WTVA-TV in Tupelo reports that the National Transportation Safety Administration reported Shirley was attempting to fly through severe weather when the plane crashed.


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