NASCAR mourns as NTSB investigation begins
One of auto racing's most successful dynasties was in mourning after a plane owned by Hendrick Motorsports crashed in thick fog en route to a NASCAR race, killing all 10 people aboard, including the son, brother and two nieces of owner Rick Hendrick.
Federal investigators said they did not know what caused the
Beech 200 King Air to crash Sunday en route from Concord, N.C., to
Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, about seven miles east of the crash site on
Bull Mountain in the foothills of the ...
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