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Investigators reveal cause of ex-NASCAR driver Earnhardt's plane crash

Autosport Sunday, 18 August 2019
Collapsed landing gear caused the plane carrying ex-NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr and his family to crash off the runway before bursting into flames, says the National Transportation Safety Board
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News video: Smoke Billows From Wreckage After Plane Carrying Dale Earnhardt Jr and Family Crashes

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Former NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr, his wife, Amy, and their young daughter, Isla, were taken to a local hospital after the plane they were on crash-landed at Elizabethton Municipal Airport in Tennessee on Thursday, August 15. Earnhardt’s sister, Kelley Earnhardt, tweeted: “I can confirm...

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