CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (KMOV.com) - The pilot of a Beechcraft Bonanza B36 plane died when the plane crashed near Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield Wednesday afternoon, sources say.
The pilot of a small airplane is dead after crashing onto the parking lot of a gas station near a suburban St. Louis airport.
John Bales, director of the nearby Spirit of St. Louis Airport told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch the pilot had been cleared to land, when he reported the plane was losing power and said he was unsure if he would make it to the airport.
The pilot was the only person on the plane and no one else was injured in the crash.
Uterus transplant took over a year to prove successful, doctors say
Baylor officials said Monday that eight transplants have been performed and that one of those women now is pregnant as a result. But according to Tech Times , the donor uterus came from Taylor Siler, a Dallas nurse who has two children.
An ultralight aircraft crashed near the Farmington Regional Airport and new solar farm on Wednesday.
The plane did not appear to hit gas pumps or any cars. The FAA said only one person was on the plane.
No other information was made immediately available.
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