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CAB Probing Crash
Os Cargo Plane, Fatal
To Six at St. Louis
By the Anociated Pre«s
ST. LOUIS. May 25.—The Civil
Aeronautics Board has begun an
investigation into the crash of
an unscheduled cargo plane try
ing to make an instrument land
ing in fog with one of two en
gines crippled. Six of seven per
sons aboard were killed.
Fred G. Powell, Chicago chief
of the CAB’s Region 3 Bureau
of Safety Investigations, came
here to head the inquiry.
The crash early yesterday was
the first major one at Lambert-
St. Louis airport in 10 years. Ten
persons, including Mayor Wil
liam Becker, were killed in an
Army glider crash in 1943.
Pilot Radios Warning.
As the plane, a DC-3 bound
for Oklahoma City from Teter
boro Airport, N. J„ neared St.
Louis, yesterday, the pilot ra
dioed: “I got one engine; com
ing in for a landing.”
Airport personnel alerted the
field's crash crew.
The plane made one attempt
and apparently was turning for
another when one wing touched
the ground. That threw the
plane against the earth and it
skidded about 180 feet. There
was no fire.
Killed were Harold Carr, 30,
White Plains, N. Y.; Ernest J.
F. Rankin, 41, Manhattan, N. Y.,
both pilots; Edward B. Raftery,
26, Elmsford. N. Y., Arthur A.
Ravetz, 29, Bronx, N. Y., both
co-pilots, and Ann Marie Deli
cata, 23, Bronx, N. Y., the host
ess.
Floyd Stanley Evans, 27, Lodi,
N. J., one of two mechanics
aboard, died a few hours later at
St. Louis County Hospital.
The lone survivor was John
Swart, 32, Haskell, N. J., the
other mechanic.
All were employes of the Me
teor Air Transport Co. and were
taking an airplane engine to
Oklahoma City.
Lucky to Be Alive.
Mr. Swart told newsmen from
i his hospital bed,” “I’m hurt, but
I’m lucky to be here.” He was
reported in serious condition
with cuts, bruises and a punc
tured lung.
Mr. Swart said he was riding
in the rear of the plane and knew
of no engine trouble.
Police Chief James Webber of
suburban Berkeley was the first
to reach the scene.
“I saw one of the pilots lying
dead near the side of the fuse
lage, still strapped in his seat,”
Chief Webber said. "When I
got closer I could hear someone
moaning inside the plane and
saying, ‘Oh, God, help me!’”
He pulled Mr. Swart and Mr.
Evans, who was unconscious,
from their seats near the tail
section.
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