Jeffrey Buckalew

Mourners attend service for Jeffrey Buckalew and family (credit: CBS 2)

Hundreds Attend Memorial For Victims Of Plane Crash On I-287 In N.J.

“There was no way we could not do something here. There’s too many people that need to grieve, need to mourn need to celebrate this family,” said co-worker Leanne Pantoliano.


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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report In Deadly NJ Plane Crash Near I-287

Since the crash, officials have raised the question of icing and what, if any, impact it had on the tragedy.


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Feds To Release Preliminary Report On Fatal I-287 Plane Crash

A factual report is expected to be released by the National Transportation Safety Board, but a full report on the crash could take a year or more to complete.


Wreckage from a plane that crashed on I-287 near Morris Township, NJ - Dec 20, 2011 (credit: Wayne Cabot / WCBS 880)

Pilot In Fatal I-287 Plane Crash Apparently Tried To Declare Emergency

The pilot of a small plane that crashed on the interstate in New Jersey, killing all five people on board, appeared to be calling for help just before the plane went down.


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Federal Investigators Say Icing Factors Unknown In Fatal I-287 Plane Crash

The question of icing was raised on Tuesday as a possible factor in the accident. However, officials said they are unable to pinpoint how big a factor it really was.


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Family Among 5 Killed In Small Plane Crash On I-287 In Harding, N.J.

Pilot Jeffrey Buckalew, his wife Corinne and their two children were killed along with Buckalew’s business partner Rakesh Chawla, 1010 WINS’ Steve Sanderg reported. Both Buckalew and Chawla were managing directors of a New York investment firm.