Crash Crash Take Me Home

Crash Crash Take Me Home

Long Description: John Denver December 31, 1943-October 12, 1997 John Denver, best known for his popular 1970's hits, such as, 'Rocky Mountain High', 'Take Me Home, Country Road', and 'Sunshine On My Shoulders', was flying his relatively new Long E-Z Experimental Aircraft near the Monterey Airport, when the plane he was piloting seemed to loose power and plunge into the Pacific Ocean just West of Pacific Grove, Ca resulting in his death. At approximately 5:30 in the afternoon, several eyewitnesses described seeing Mr.

Denver's plane heading West over Point Pinos and making a 'popping sound', and a 'reduction of noise', before it made a steep descent into the Pacific Ocean, about 150 yards offshore. A five member NTSB team was assembled to investigate and salvage the aircraft. They reached the conclusion that the crash was caused by a faulty placement of a switch used to change over the two gas tanks in the aircraft, and when Mr. Ajax Le Guide Complete Pdf Reader there. Denver attempted to reach the switch (located behind the pilots seat), he lost control of the aircraft.