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Last Sunday, aplane crash in Idaho killed a father and a teenage son, said the Valley County Sheriff's Office.
Victims were identified as Neil Humphrey (48 years old) and his son Cooper Humphrey (15 years old). He was supposed to arrive at the Johnson Creek Airstrip in Valley County on the night of June 26,Sheriff's Officesaid. The dispatcher was told that the aircraft took off around 8 pm. That night.
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Valley County The Dean of the Faculty of Aviation notifies the sheriff's office of aoverdue planeon Monday morning when the dispatcher received a call from the Idaho District.
(Valley County Sheriff's Office)
A Forest Office aircraft reported a crash site of approximately 1.6 miles to Valley County just before noon on Monday. The pilot said a small fire broke out at the crash site and there seemed to be no survivors.
"The location of the crash is on a steep hillside in the designated wilderness area," the sheriff's office said in a statement. "Valley County Sheriff Office officials contacted several partners with aviation assets to retrieve the wreckage.Idaho Air National Guardwas a black hawk equipped with a hoist. Helicopters and crew were assigned to assist in the recovery of the adjutant. ”
Valley County, Idaho, where my father and son were killed when the plane crashed. (iStock)
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McCall's Lake Payette, Idaho in Valley County. (iStock)
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Valley County lawmakers and Idaho Air National Guard arrived at the crash site on Tuesday and recovered the bodies of the victims. Humphrey was the only one on the plane.