The Golden Gate National Park Service says an emergency beacon for a small aircraft was activated around 2:15 pm
Authorities responded to the scene and after a brief search, determined the crash site was on a “backcountry ridge” north of Conzelman Road, away from roads and trails.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) says the plane was a single-engine Vans RV-10 and it crashed around 2:40 pm
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The two people on board pronounced were dead on stage. According to the Marin County Sheriff’s office, the two involved in the crash are currently unidentifiable.
At the time of the crash, there was dense fog in the area, however, it has not be determined if that was a factor in the accident.
The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) say they will investigate with the NTSB being in charge.
At 2:15 pm today, an emergency beacon for a small aircraft was activated in the Marin Headlands. A search determined the crash site to be on a backcountry ridge north of Conzelman Road, away from roads and trails. The two individuals involved in the crash were found deceased. pic.twitter.com/idt9niYtmq
— Golden Gate NPS – Alerts (@GGNRANPSAlerts) May 6, 2022
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