A single-engine Cessna 140 crashed in the mud flats on the Alameda County side of the bay shortly after takeoff from Palo Alto Airport on Saturday.
Since the fall of 2001, I’ve been terrified of flying — not for fear of a terrorist attack, but because of the violently destructive force 9/11 demonstrated planes can have.
A twin-engine Cessna 310 crashed soon after takeoff from Palo Alto Airport early Wednesday, killing three Tesla Motors employees on board, cutting off power to Palo Alto and parts of Stanford for much of the day and giving the residents of a small neighborhood a fiery awakening.
Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital have lost electrical power after a city-wide outage reportedly caused by a plane crash in East Palo Alto this morning that killed three on board.
Search crews have slowed their efforts to locate a plane that reportedly crashed in the Santa Cruz Mountains west of San Jose on Saturday.