• January 03, 2017

Tim Barber, Gregory Barber and One Other Killed in Plane Accident near Aero Co. Airport in Mckinney, TX

Mckinney, TX -- A two-plane collision in the area of Mckinney, TX claimed the lives of Tim Barber, Gregory Barber and an unidentified person Saturday, December 31, 2016.

The details of the crash are unclear, but officials say it occurred about 5:30 p.m. in the area of the Aero County Airport. According to reports, the two aircraft were flying under Visual Flight Rules. The report also claims the two planes were not in contact with air traffic control. One of the planes crashed onto Custer Road, leaving the roadway closed for several hours. The second plane crashed into Uncle Bob's Self Storage, according to the report.

The report made no mention of further injuries involved in the incident.

The official investigation is ongoing, and authorities hope to learn more as it concludes.


map of the area

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