Central TX Pilot Identified in Wreckage of Plane In Arkansas

By: AP
By: AP

GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) - A 66-year-old pilot from the Austin
area has been identified as the victim in the crash of his small
plane in a wooded area near an airport in El Dorado, Ark.

Civil Air Patrol Lt. Col. Rick Woolfolk says searchers Monday
afternoon located the wreckage of the single-engine plane and the
remains of Charles Miller of Georgetown. Miller was last seen
Thursday night refueling in El Dorado. He was alone on the plane.

Woolfolk says the cause of the crash is sought.
Relatives say Miller was heading home from Norwalk, Ohio, where
he had flown for a class reunion.


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