NTSB Report: Pilot May Have Blacked Out After Maneuver

A preliminary report has been released by the National Transportation Safety Board about last month's plane crash on Martha's Vineyard.

Randolph Bonnist of Norwalk, Connecticut died after his wife was able to crash-land the plane at the Island airport on July 15th.

The NTSB says Bonnist performed what's known as a "go-around" maneuver and then blacked out.

It will likely take another year for the full report to be released.

(Photo credit PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty Images)


Photo: PAUL J. RICHARDS / AFP / Getty Images

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