Richmond, N.H. – August 13, 1984

Richmond, New Hampshire – August 13, 1984

     At 6:45 p.m. on the evening of August 13, 1984, a single-engine Piper Malibu, (N4323G), with a lone pilot aboard left Westerly (R.I.) Airport bound for Keene, New Hampshire.  While in-route, the aircraft went down in foggy weather while passing over the town of Richmond, N.H..  Rescue crews found the wreckage around 11:00 a.m. the following morning in a wooded area, about one mile in from Route 119, just over the Massachusetts-New Hampshire state line. The pilot did not survive.


     The Sun, (Westerly, R.I.), “Westerly Doctor Killed In Crash”, August 14, 1984, page 1   

     Providence Evening Bulletin, “Westerly Psychiatrist Killed In N.H. Air Crash”, August 14, 1984, page C-2

     Aviation Safety Network, Wikibase #37533.


Richmond, N.H. – September 7, 1981

Richmond, New Hampshire – September 7, 1981

     On September 7, 1981, a single-engine Gulfstream American AA-1B, (N1446R), with a husband and wife aboard, left Bar Harbor, Maine, bound for Dillant-Hopkins Airport in Keene, New Hampshire, and disappeared in-route.  The wreckage of the aircraft was found two days later along a ridge in Richmond, about six miles from the airport.  The aircraft had broken apart and burned on impact killing both occupants instantly.       


     Westerly Sun, (R.I.), “Two Dead In Crash”, September 10, 1981, page 7.  

     Aviation Safety Network, #9714

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