Marine Air Station Miramar plane crash victim identified

California plane crash victim identified by Medical Examiner’s Office.

San Diego, CA(–The second body recovered from a single-engine Piper Comanche plane crash near Marine Air Station Miramar, California was identified today by the Medical Examiner’s Office. The fatal two person aviation accident which occurred Saturday morning remains under investigation by aviation accident authorities as reported by San Diego News10.

Mary Weber, 58, of Burbank died of severe traumatic injuries in the plane crash along with her husband, 51 year-old Friedrich Leo Weber, who owned the airplane. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators have not determined who was piloting the plane when it went down. The single-engine airplane took off from Whiteman Airpark in San Fernando Valley and was en route to Brown Field when it crashed at about 11 a.m. Saturday. The cause of the fatal aviation accident is unknown at this time. news for California aviation accident claims.

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