SEABECK -- The small red-and-white airplane that crashed south of Seabeck Jan. 26 in Hood Canal was spinning, may have had parts break off in flight and sank quickly, according to a man who said he witnessed the plane fall.
SHINE — The man believed to be flying the plane that crashed into Hood Canal on Monday was an experienced pilot who was certified to fly jumbo jets such as the Boeing 747.
The winners of over $9,000 in cash and purchase awards in the 2015 Collective Vision Gallery Show were announced at the Admiral Theatre Jan. 24.
Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue's Fire Chief, Scott Weninger, has successfully completed the process that awards him the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer" (CFO). The Commission on Professional Credentialing met in August 2014 to officially confer the re-designation upon Chief Weninger, who is one of only 993 CFOs worldwide.
The Whaling Days Hank Mann Sykes scholarship has been awarded for the last nine years. The scholarship is available for Central Kitsap School District students that have a strong sense of community involvement and volunteerism.
A driver's license is found. Next of kin has been notified. And the search for the pilot and plane that crashed Jan. 26 in Hood Canal near Seabeck was suspended at 9 p.m. that evening.
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Two MH-65 Dolphin helicopters crews from Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles, a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew from Coast Guard Station Seattle, the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Henry Blake, homeported in Everett, and local law enforcement personnel are searching for the survivors of small red and white plane that reportedly crashed in waters near Seabeck.
Sheriff’s spokesman Deputy Ken Dickinson issued this statement on the small-plane crash in Hood Canal, near Seabeck, on Jan. 26 at 4:48 p.m.
Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue personnel found what they believe to be debris from a plane off the coast of Seabeck in Hood Canal, about 2:15 p.m. Jan. 26.
Two hours after the first report was made that a small plane crashed into Hood Canal near Seabeck on Jan. 26, emergency responders had not been able to locate an airplane or debris in the water. But while several agencies involved in the search were hopeful, they were not presumptuous.
Emergency crews were dispatched Jan. 26 to Hood Canal near Seabeck following reports that a small airplane crashed into the canal. Crews had not located any airplane or debris in the water as of 2 p.m.
Rescue personnel are responding to multiple reports of a small plane crashing into the waters of Hood Canal between Seabeck in Kitsap County and Dabob Bay in Jefferson County.
Emergency crews have been dispatched to Hood Canal near Seabeck following reports that a small airplane crashed into the canal. Fire engines from Central Kitsap have responded to the scene and are expected to launch a boat from a private residence off of Old Holly Hill Road. A Coast Guard helicopter is also en route to the scene.
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