1 dead in Cochise County plane crash - Tucson News Now

1 dead in Cochise County plane crash

COCHISE COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

One person is dead after a fixed wing, single engine airplane crashed in Cochise County, according to the sheriff's office.

CCSO said the crash happened north of Interstate 10 near milemarker 355 before 9:30 Thursday morning, Oct 19.

Milemarker 355 is near I-10 and Page Ranch Road.

Detectives are investigating the crash site, and said it does not appear there were any other passengers.

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