NTSB report on cause of Montana accident expected soon

09/2/2009 | Independent Record (Helena, Mont.)

The National Transportation Safety Board has completed its investigation into a March aircraft accident in Montana that killed well-known pilot and aviation author Sparky Imeson, and word on a probable cause for the accident could come this month. The 64-year-old pilot's Cessna 180 went down March 17 outside of Townsend, Mont., on a flight from Bozeman to Helena.

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