Downed plane reported in Dayton, one person killed

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Updated: 6/03 10:48 pm
UPDATE: DAYTON, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- According to preliminary information from FAA Public Affairs Manager Ian Gregor, an airborne pilot spotted the wreckage of a single-engine, homebuilt BD-4 a half-mile west of the Dayton Valley Airpark around 2:40 p.m. Tuesday. The aircraft was discovered upside down and the time of the crash is unknown.

Gregor tells News 4 Lyon County Sheriff’s deputies at the scene are reporting there was one person on board who was killed. The FAA and NTSB will investigate this accident with the NTSB taking the lead in the investigation. Two FAA inspectors are now en route to the crash site.

A basic preliminary report from the NTSB is typically posted within a week or two of the incident on the agency's website: Ntsb.gov.



DAYTON, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The North Lyon County Fire Protection District has responded to a downed plane at the Dayton Valley Airpark near the Dayton Valley Golf Club at 101 Palmer Dr.

News 4 has sent a crew to the scene and we will report more information as it surfaces.
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ZoeysMom - 6/4/2014 5:36 AM
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Why did North Lyon respond? It should be Central Lyon county fire! North Lyon is Fernley!!
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