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Former College Quarterback Dies in Airplane Accident

Posted on March 19, 2013

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Legendary Oklahoma Sooners QB Steve Davis was killed on March 17 due to airplane accident crash accident. Steve Davis was 60 when the accident happened.

4 people were on the plane, according to Yahoo Sports. The pilot tried to touch down in Indiana after he informed that the plane was having electrical issues. Surprisingly, the plane did land on the runway at South Bend Regional Airport. But, when the plane went back into the  air it crashed into three homes.

“It hit or grazed one house and then hit another one squarely and then embedded itself into a third house,” South Bend Police Capt. Philip Trent.

One of the passengers, Wesley Caves also died in the accident. The other two passengers are seriously injured along with one of the women in the houses. They were all taken to the Memorial hospital.

“I’m saddened by the loss of Steve Davis. Great role model for young people on & off the field. He was my 1st QB & had an outstanding career,” former Sooners head coach Barry Switzer tweeted.

If you or a loved one have been involved injured in a plane accident it is necessary to seek legal assistance from a car accident attorney. Our attorneys will make sure that you are compensated for your pain and suffering and much more. For more information about your case or a free consultation please visit a airplane accident attorney.

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