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MCCOMB, MS April 11 2011(AP) – A private airplane crashed just outside McComb before dawn Sunday, killing all three people aboard.
McComb Police Chief Greg Martin said the plane crashed into trees near the McComb-Pike County Airport in a moderately populated area on the western edge of the city.
The plane was identified as a Cessna 310R, a dual-engine propeller craft. Authorities told the McComb Enterprise-Journal that the plane left New Orleans around 4 a.m. and was en route to McComb, about a 110-mile flight
A Lufkin doctor, his sister-in-law, and another person were killed in a plane crash outside of McComb, Mississippi early Sunday morning.
The local coroner identified two of the three people deceased as Dr. Taylor, Jacqueline Ham and the identity of the other person has not being released. According to Yana Ogletree, a spokeswoman for Lufkin’s Memorial Hospital, Dr. Pickett was a thoracic surgeon on staff.
Reports say the group went to New Orleans Saturday night to watch a friend, who’s a musician perform. They were on their way back to McComb when the plane went down.
Jacquelyn lives just outside McComb. The plane crashed about 4 miles from the McComb-Pike County airport. Dr. Pickett leaves behind four children together.