Initial findings released in plane crash that killed Lubbock man

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Updated: 11/15/2012 5:56 am
The National Transportation Safety Board released its preliminary findings on an air crash that killed a Lubbock pilot in Anadarko Oklahoma earlier this month. The Piper PA-28 single-engine aircraft burned on impact killing 62-year-old Robert Glasscock.

Witnesses saw the plane touch down at the Anadarko airport with its left gear off the side of the runway, then bounce twice before the pilot aborted the landing. The plane then climbed, banked left, and apparently became inverted before diving into the ground.

It may be months before a probable cause of the crash is determined.
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