Aug 05, 2022
Names Of 2 Men Killed In South Haven Plane Crash Released
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SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (AP) — The names of the two men killed in a plane crash near South Haven were released Friday.
The men have been identified as 70-year-old plane owner Douglas Golike of Lawton and 70-year-old flight instructor David Peahl of Wayland, the South Haven Police Department said.READ MORE: US Agency Investigates After Crashes Involving Teslas Killed 2 Motorcyclists
The Federal Aviation Administration said that the Piper Aerostar 600, originally reported by police as an Aerospace 600, departed the South Haven Regional Airport between 7 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
Police Chief Natalie Thompson said it appears the plane crashed shortly after it took off, but no one realized it until Tuesday evening when relatives said they hadn’t heard from the men.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: The Political Road Ahead
The plane was found Wednesday morning around 7 a.m., police said.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation why the FAA and National Transportation Safety Board.MORE NEWS: MDOT: Here's A List Of Construction In Metro Detroit This Weekend
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Prince Harry ‘intensely focused’ on investigating Diana’s final moments for his new book
PRINCE Harry has been “intensely focused” on investigating Princess Diana’s final hours for his new book.book will focus heavily on his anguish following his mother’s deathCredit: Getty 3Harry has spoken much about his anguish following his mother's deathCredit: PA 3A French judicial probe concluded the crash was caused by Mr Paul losing control of the Mercedes limo at high speed while he was intoxicatedCredit: AP:Associated Press
They are believed to be involved in the ghost-written memoir that Harry is set to release this year, and related TV and podcast projects.
One source, who was involved in the original crash investigation, said: “There have been approaches which suggest Prince Harry is intensely focused on getting more information about his mother’s death.
“There are plenty of people in France who recall the night of the accident. It’s only normal that Diana’s son should want to learn more about it for his book.”
Royal commentators say the book will focus heavily on his anguish following his mother’s death in August 1997.READ MORE ON PRINCE HARRYHOMESICK Prince Harry ‘UK return’, William and Kate charity thriving, Diana comparisonsGUN COP SHOCK Harry files SECOND lawsuit over ban on him paying for police protection in UK
Harry, 37, blamed the tragedy for mental health problems that he tried to resolve with drink and drugs.
Five years ago — long before he had thought about writing a book — Harry invited friends of his mother to share memories and private photographs of her.
The tome, which US author J R Moehringer is writing, is reportedly unlikely to contain criticisms of the Queen.
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Diana died aged 36 in August 1997 when the car she was travelling in hit an underpass pillar.
Boyfriend Dodi Fayed and driver Henri Paul were also killed.
A French judicial probe concluded the crash was caused by Mr Paul losing control of the Mercedes limo at high speed while he was intoxicated.
A spokesman for Harry was approached for comment.