NTSB report on February 13 private plane crash says no distress call was made
By Outer Banks Voice on February 27, 2022
National Transportation Safety Board
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a preliminary report into the Feb. 13 crash that killed eight people when a private plane, a Pilatus-PC-12, crashed into the Atlantic near Beaufort, in North Carolina, while returning from a hunting trip to Hyde. county.
The crash claimed the life of 67-year-old pilot Ernest Durwood Rawls of Greenville; Jeffrey Worthington Rawls, 28, of Greenville; Stephanie Ann McInnis Fulcher, 42, Sea Level NC; Jonathan Kole McInnis, 15, of Sea Level NC; Douglas Hunter Parks, 45, of Sea Level NC; Noah Lee Styron, 15, of Cedar Island, North Carolina; Michael Daily Shepard. 15, Atlantic NC; and Jacob Nolan Taylor, 16, Atlantic NC.
The NTSB’s preliminary report, which may be subject to corrections, accounts for communications with the pilot prior to the crash and states that “During all communication with air traffic control, there were no distress calls or statements airplane emergency.”
He added that “The aircraft struck the Atlantic Ocean and was located by the U.S. Coast Guard 3 miles offshore in approximately 60 feet of water…An examination of the wreckage is awaiting recovery. .”
You can read the report here: (Report_ERA22LA120_104634_2_27_2022 11_20_07 AM)
STATE OF WISCONSIN – CIRCUIT COURT – ADAMS COUNTY
CREATIVE FUNDING, INC.
815 Commercial Park Road
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965,
Case No. 21CV148
RANDALL SCOTT SCOTT
106 Charlotte Street
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina 27948
THE STATE OF WISCONSIN
To each person named above as a defendant:
You are hereby notified that the plaintiff named above Creative Finance, Inc., by its attorney, Christopher M. Kern, has commenced a lawsuit or other legal action against you.
Within forty (40) days of February 21, 2022, you must respond with a written request for a copy of the Complaint. The request should be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is: Clerk of Circuit Court, Adams County Courthouse, 402 Main Street, PO Box 220, Friendship, Wisconsin 53934, and to the plaintiff’s attorney, Christopher M. Kern , 815 Business Park Road, PO Box 454, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, 53965. An attorney can help or represent you.
If you do not provide an appropriate response within forty (40) days, the Court may enter judgment against you for an award of money or other legal action sought in the Complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the Complaint. A judgment may be executed under the conditions provided by law. A judgment awarding a sum of money can become a lien on any real estate you currently own or in the future, and can also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property.
As of February 21, 2022.
Plaintiff’s General Counsel
Signed by: Christopher M. Kern
Christopher M. Kern
Status bar number: 1093883
815 Commercial Park Road
Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
Phone: (608) 254-6855
Fax: (608) 253-5005
NC- INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY – ALBAMARLE
SOUND TO NEUSE RIVER ALLIGATOR RIVERSECOND CREEK-ALLIGATOR RIVER
All interested parties are advised that the Coast Guard Fifth District Commander has received a proposal from the North Carolina Department of Transportation, with plans for modifying a
existing drawbridge over a United States waterway.
WATERWAY AND LOCATION: Alligator River, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Mile 84.2, in Columbia, North Carolina.
CHARACTER OF WORK: The proposed project is to replace the 2.83 mile long 2-lane swing-span drawbridge with a two-lane high-rise fixed bridge on a new alignment of approximately
2,000 feet north of the existing bridge. The objective of the project is to replace a bridge that is structurally deficient and undergoing significant deterioration, due to its age, and to avoid having to carry out
thorough maintenance of obsolete mining machinery.
The existing drawbridge has a horizontal clearance of 100 feet on each side of the swing span and a vertical clearance of 14 feet above mean high water in the closed position and unlimited vertical clearance in the open position. The replacement bridge will be a fixed bridge with a horizontal clearance of 140 feet and a vertical clearance of 65 feet above mean high water.
A copy of Preliminary Public Notice D05PPN-02-2022, which describes the proposal in detail, can be obtained by calling (757) 398-6222 or by visiting https://www.navcen.uscg.gov/ ?pageName=pnBridges . Comments on this proposal should be sent to the address indicated in the notice no later than April 01, 2022.