Final Radio Transmission Released In Deadly Plane Crash From NJ to NH
The final radio transmission has been released of a pilot, who started his flight in New Jersey … only later to experienced engine failure seconds before the crash that took his young life.
The flight plan was from New Jersey to New Hampshire.
The audio of Emanuel "Manny" Vomvolakis' December 10, 2021 flight was published to VASAviation's YouTube channel.
Vomvolakis, of Michigan, left from the Essex County Airport in Fairfield in a Swearingen SA-226AT.
He reported engine trouble just before the crash on the shore of the Merrimack River around 11:30 p.m. Friday, December 10, 2021, according to the first published report by the Boston Herald, which quoted local police sources.
The pilot was 23-years-old. According to the radio transmission, his plane crashed and hit a wall over a fence and just missed the runway at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.
The FAA previously confirmed these reports and multiple sources have also confirmed that Vomvolakis was transporting medical supplies.
SOURCES: VASAviation YouTube Channel, Boston Herald.
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