Lewisburg, PA Private Plane Crash, Nov 1966

PLANE CRASH KILLS FOUR.

Lewisburg, Pa. (AP) -- A Lewisburg physician-pilot, his wife and two Bucknell students were killed today in the crash of their light plane shortly after takeoff on an intended southern holiday.
The victims were identified as:
DR. PHILIP W. LANKFORD and his wife LOIS.
PAUL J. MAES, 22, of 7405 N. Okeio Ave., Chicago, a graduate student at Bucknell.
VINCENT P. SENTKOSKI, 24, Mount Carmel, Pa., a junior at Bucknell who transferred to the university this fall from Mansfield State College.
Authorities said the plane nose-dived to earth about a half-mile from the Lewisburg airport shortly after it became airborne at approximately 6:10 a.m.

The Evening Standard Uniontown Pennsylvania 1966-11-23

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