• August 25, 2022

Tom Cox Killed in Plane Crash Accident in Wichita County, TX

Wichita County, TX -- August 20, 2022, Tom Cox was killed due to an accident where a plane crashed outside Iowa Park.

According to reports, the incident happened at around 1:30 p.m. at a runway in the Iowa Park area.

Officials said that Tom Cox came from Waldron, Arkansas to buy the plane. It appears the plane somehow went off the runway, causing it to flip over and catch fire.

Due to the accident, Cox sustained fatal injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Tom Cox Airplane Crash in Wichita County

Tom Cox Killed in Plane Crash in Wichita County, TX

Getting answers after a tragedy like this is not always easy, and it's important to ensure the right professionals are handling things. Folks may be quick to assume this was pilot error, and that's certainly common. But what if there were some kind of mechanical issues? Was there an issue with the plane the seller knew about beforehand or failed to repair? Looking into that could show that this crash wasn't as unavoidable as some folks may think.


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