Two Killed When Citation Hits House
The pilot and a woman who lived near the airport died when a Cessna Citation 500 (N771HR) crashed into a house in Conway, Ark., on Saturday. A passenger on the twinjet and the woman's husband survived the accident. The pilot was apparently trying to go around after landing too long down the runway, which may have been wet from a recent rain shower, an FAA spokesman told The Associated Press. Local officials have been talking about moving the airport for several years, citing safety concerns about homes and a freeway that are too close to the field. The woman who died was 71. Her husband was on his way out of the house when the crash occurred. He was treated for minor injuries and released.