The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday morning announced that there were no survivors in a plane crash that occurred Thursday.
The crash took place in a remote section of Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest.
“The July 14 plane crash northwest of Buffalo had two fatalities, with the victims not yet identified,” Oil City News reported.
The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday morning announced that there were no survivors in a plane crash which occurred on Thursday in a remote section of the Bighorn National Forest. https://t.co/gsgaw366m6
— Cowboy State Daily (@daily_cowboy) July 17, 2022
There were no survivors of a plane crash that ignited a small wildfire in the Bighorn National Forest. https://t.co/3amUYgGV1W
— Casper Star-Tribune (@CSTribune) July 17, 2022
Cowboy State Daily wrote:
Sheriff Rod Odenbach said a private plane which was carrying two people departed on Thursday at noon from the Powell Municipal Airport and was to arrive at the Johnson County Airport never reached its destination.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Office was notified of a fire near the Middle Fork of the Rock Creek in Bighorn National Forest and had located wreckage from an airplane which is believed to have started the fire.
“District resources have successfully hiked into the fire and their suppression efforts are being aided by a load of smokejumpers out of West Yellowstone and the Wyoming State Helicopter,” the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported.
Agency personnel were able to reach the crash site, examined the wreckage, and said there were no survivors and the remains were “unidentifiable.”
“The cause of the crash remains under investigation,” Casper Star Tribune added.
While awaiting the investigation, you must wonder if this plane crash was another vaxxident?
In a previous report, we discussed an unusually high number of private airplane and helicopter crashes.