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Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!

 
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Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
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Was there already a thread that burned out because I can't believe it's not pinned already
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Also, there was an explosion in City Hall in San Francisco

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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
There was another house explosion in Indiana which is the link before this post. Craziness these days....
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Hoping that the next explosion is not my house!!!


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Hoping that the next explosion is not my house!!!


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That's what I keep thinking!
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Just crazy it hit just one house and not skid into a few....that's a very unlucky person that lives there.
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Just crazy it hit just one house and not skid into a few....that's a very unlucky person that lives there.
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Or very lucky...she escaped!
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
From Yesterday
Thread: Plane crashes in Jackson, Miss., neighborhood
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private pilots in their little toys are a pain in the ass
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Did the plane disappear into a tiny hole?
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Did the plane disappear into a tiny hole?
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I know right?
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
There was another house explosion in Indiana which is the link before this post. Craziness these days....
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yeah total craziness these days. these things happen all the time and just so happen to hit the news and now it's the end of the world.
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Out of the blue I was thinking yesterday "what if a plane crashes into my house right now?"
And now it actually happens somewhere. Crazy shit. damned
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
There was another house explosion in Indiana which is the link before this post. Craziness these days....
 Quoting: Jessers

yeah total craziness these days. these things happen all the time and just so happen to hit the news and now it's the end of the world.
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Not saying the end of the world at all. Craziness these last couple of days. I can't stand jerks like you. Go away
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


The Cherokee has an engine driven fuel pump with electric backup that you use on takeoff and landing.

I love how you armchair pilots seem to know the cause of the crash nearly before it even happened.
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


Just FYI The PA-28-161 has Both engine driven and electric fuel pumps (boost), and a L/R and BOTH tank source switch to the left of the pilot seat.. The engine driven pump is automatic, but switching on the electric fuel boost pump is a prime step of every procedure for the Archer / Cherokee. Also under the panel on the pilots side is an alternate air source (intake) valve should debris cover the cowling during climb out. The major issue with the PA28 is a flat spin, almost impossible to recover without a drag chute on board. Also should the fuel tank caps not have a vent, the tanks can become vapor-locked in flight and thus no fuel.. I always check for cap vents on any plane for this reason.

That said, the PA 28 is a safe AC from my experience, very forgiving and easy to master.

Thanks for listening.
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
I don't get it...

20 of these tiny planes crash a day....

Some kill ppl some don't...

As a matter of fact...

If you fly less than 2,000 miles a year...
You are just as likely to die from a plane striking you on the ground as you are to die in a plane crash.
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
this was about as exciting as seeing the headline car crashes into house. Who gives a shit. This isn't news
the real reason most people on this planet are the most ignorant gullible people that have ever lived is a little thing called the

TELL-LIE-VISION

television

when you watch it, you put the I(you) in television and you get tel(i)evision

tell lie vision
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


The Cherokee has an engine driven fuel pump with electric backup that you use on takeoff and landing.

I love how you armchair pilots seem to know the cause of the crash nearly before it even happened.
 Quoting: mr_brightside74


fckd

The point was - I'd rather fly a plane with a gravity fed system (172) than one ran off of pumps - for a personal privately owned piston plane.

But what do i know - I just listen to the guys that have been flying longer than I've been alive.

Last Edited by Project_Deimos on 11/14/2012 03:31 PM
"There are known knowns. There are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns. That is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't know."
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Maybe they are filming the new Donnie Darko...
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Out of the blue I was thinking yesterday "what if a plane crashes into my house right now?"
And now it actually happens somewhere. Crazy shit. damned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24179936


Dude... Planes fly over my house often because we have a major pipeline going through part of my yard. Yesterday, a loud low flying plane was going along the pipeline for survey (happens atleast once a week) but all I could think about that time when I heard it was "what if it got louder and slammed into my house"

And now, BEHOLD, this happens.
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


Just FYI The PA-28-161 has Both engine driven and electric fuel pumps (boost), and a L/R and BOTH tank source switch to the left of the pilot seat.. The engine driven pump is automatic, but switching on the electric fuel boost pump is a prime step of every procedure for the Archer / Cherokee. Also under the panel on the pilots side is an alternate air source (intake) valve should debris cover the cowling during climb out. The major issue with the PA28 is a flat spin, almost impossible to recover without a drag chute on board. Also should the fuel tank caps not have a vent, the tanks can become vapor-locked in flight and thus no fuel.. I always check for cap vents on any plane for this reason.

That said, the PA 28 is a safe AC from my experience, very forgiving and easy to master.

Thanks for listening.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17930414


Also, a fuel sample must be taken from below the wing(s) for inspection and do remove water and debris from the tank during preflight. Also once the engine has been started, the powerplant is not dependent on the battery or electrical system as it is magneto driven and generates it's own power. Loss of engine power would only result in loss of the AI's vac pressure (backed up by an electrical turn and bank indicator and altimeter (basic partial panel training would allow a pilot to cope) Under VFR (i.e. clear enough to fly by sight out the window, this would be an emergency, but a good chance to walk away alive. General aviation can be hazardous but my main fears while in flight are : 1) Birds 2) Students 3) Students under the hood 4) TFR's and again.. birds. To be honest, I still feel much safer as PIC of a plane then in my car.. everybody, even students must demonstrate a minimum level of intelligence, physical health and proficiency, or be under direct supervision of someone who does.. the same can not be said of freeway traffic.

GA gets a bad wrap, but its really much safer then your morning commute
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Re: Plane crashes into house in Jackson, Mississippi!!
Piper Cherokee. Sounded like it was "running out of gas" right after takeoff. Probably the electric fuel pumps failed.

I have been told repeatedly by experienced pilots that low wing planes are death traps. Won't find me in one.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


The Cherokee has an engine driven fuel pump with electric backup that you use on takeoff and landing.

I love how you armchair pilots seem to know the cause of the crash nearly before it even happened.
 Quoting: mr_brightside74


:fckd:

The point was - I'd rather fly a plane with a gravity fed system (172) than one ran off of pumps - for a personal privately owned piston plane.

But what do i know - I just listen to the guys that have been flying longer than I've been alive.
 Quoting: Project_Deimos


The 172 is also a great airplane, but it can suffer from visibility issues when a conflict is from above.. (PSA 182)

As for the ventilation on a 152/172, its hard to beat a huge window open next to you rather then the wing root louvers on the Cherokee.. lots of trade-offs to consider with each design but as long as the engine is running, you get fuel even if the plane is EMP'ed.. if the mech pump fails you have a electrical boost pump to land on.. its safe, id bet my own ass on itrockon
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Let me guess drunk Human Boeings? tounge






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Did the plane disappear into a tiny hole?
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heh

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