Flight Training Center To Honor Scott City Family

KSCB News - May 20, 2011 8:31 am

Friends of a western Kansas family killed in the crash of a private plane last month are developing a flight training center as a memorial.

Dylan Spencer was flying his wife and their two young daughters
from Scott City to visit relatives in northeastern Kansas when
their plane went down April 22 in a field north of Topeka.

The cause of the crash hasn’t been established. But family
friend Brian Vulgamore says if the flight training center for which
he’s helping raise money can save one family, the effort will be
worth every penny.

The Spencer Flight and Education Center in Scott County would feature a flight simulator that would allow pilots to train for situations that can’t be
replicated in the sky for safety reasons.

 

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