Mesa, AZ – The bodies of two people inside the homemade plane that crashed on a Tuesday morning in Mesa have been identified.
Michael Haze, 56-years old, and Davis Vaughan, 23-years old died from blunt impacts of an airplane crash on April 3, 2012 according to the Maricopa Medical Examiner’s Office. The airplane Haze and Vaughn were traveling in crashed against a dirt wall at the end of Mesa’s Falcon Field near the 13th hole of the Apache Wells Country Club golf course.
Witnesses heard a loud boom and saw a fireball that turned into a cloud of dark smoke rise into the sky before it was extinguished by firefighters.
The airplane was a homebuilt, single-engine RANS S-12. Witnesses say the victims had been flying the plane off of Falcon Field for at least week before it crashed. Mesa’s Falcon Field is known to be one of the busiest general aviation airports in the country. Fire units are on hand practicing rescue drills daily, which is what led to the quick crash response.
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