NTSB releases factual report about crash that killed former Coliseum CEO
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released a report about the plane crash that killed former Coliseum Health System's CEO P. Allen Golson.
The report shows Allen Golson made no comments regarding any mechanical difficulties with the plane prior to the crash. Allen Golson's wife Carol, who survived the crash, recalled hearing two distinct warning horns in the cockpit prior to the crash. She also reported the airplane veered left noticeably two times.
The NTSB reports no distress calls were received from the pilot. The report doesn't explain the exact cause of the crash. The plane took off from Middle Georgia Regional Airport on January 27th but crashed in a pasture in Ocala, Florida.
Allen Golson had just accepted a job as CEO of Ocala Health System and was scheduled to start in February.
The entire NTSB report can be found under the News Links tab at www.newscentralga.com