Pilot killed in small-plane pile-up nearby Denver

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CENTENNIAL, Colo — A male died Tuesday when a small craft he was piloting crashed circuitously an airfield south of Denver.

The plane, a twin-engine Cessna 404, was holding off during about 4:30 a.m. MT from Centennial Airport, according to South Metro Fire Rescue Authority officials. It crashed 10 feet from one house’s front doorway about 1½ miles northeast of a runway, and firefighters doused a fire that resulted.

The pilot, whose name was not released, was a usually passenger of a plane, officials said. No one else was injured, and homes were not damaged.

A Cessna 404 took off from Centennial Airport during 4:27 a.m. streamer toward Denver International Airport about 22 miles to a northeast, according to a flight-tracking site FlightAware. The craft was in a atmosphere for 5 minutes.

The pile-up occurred about 3 hours before a 7:19 a.m. sunrise.

Snow is on a belligerent in a area though was not descending during a time, according to Weather Underground. Temperatures were about 3 degrees next zero; winds were calm.

Centennial Airport, owned by Arapaho County, caters to tiny planes and business jets and non-stop in 1968 to offer a circuitously Denver Technological Center, according to a airport’s website.

On Dec. 8, a tiny private jet crashed in a area 20 miles north of a District of Columbia, murdering all 3 people on a craft and a mom and dual of her children in a residence lighted by pile-up debris.

Contributing: Noel Brennan, KUSA-TV, Denver

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