First plane crash caused by a dog

On 29 November 1976, an unrestrained German shepherd on board a Grand Canyon Air Piper 32-300 cause a plane crash.On 29 November 1976, an unrestrained German shepherd on board a Grand Canyon Air Piper 32-300 interfered with the controls, causing the plane to crash.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe plane, Piper PA-32-300, was an air taxi registered as N4125R. The plane transport two persons, plus the dog; one crew, and 2 passengers (counting the dog). The aircraft crashed while on final approach. An unrestrained German Shepard interfered with flight controls. Also of they died.

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