Concord, MA. – October 28, 1979

Concord, Massachusetts – October 28, 1979

     On the night of October 28, 1979, a Navion aircraft, (#N2412T), with a family of four aboard, was attempting to land at a private airfield in Concord during foul weather, when the airplane clipped some tree-tops before crashing into a private home on Monson Road.  A 12-year-old girl aboard the plane perished in the accident, while the husband, wife, and another daughter were seriously injured.  The home was vacant at the time of the crash, and there were no reported injuries on the ground.


     Boston Globe, “Pilot’s Daughter Killed In Concord Plane Crash”, October 29, 1979, (With photo of crash scene.)  

     Providence Evening Bulletin, “Plane Crashes Into Vacant Home In Mass.’, October 29, 1979, page A-2, (With photo of crash scene.)   

Concord, MA. – July 19, 1945

Concord, Massachusetts – July 19, 1945


P-38 Lightning
U.S. Air Force photo

     At about 9:30 a.m. on July 19, 1945, a U.S. Army P-38L, (Ser. No. 44-53016), crashed and exploded in a wooded area of the Concord Country Club.  No further information is known at this time.


    Concord Journal, “Another Plane Crashes In Woods – This Time At Concord Country Club”, July 19, 1945, page 1


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