Plane disappears after taking off from Oklahoma City

Marie Harrington
January 7, 2018

Radar tracked the aircraft, a Cirrus 22T, off course heading over the Gulf of Mexico, where search teams from various agencies including U.S. Coast Guard Sector Corpus Christi were dispatched to search for the plane. Ethan Narber, a pilot and aviation enthusiast, posted on Twitter that fighter jets were scrambled to intercept the plane and noted that the pilot was upright in his seat but unresponsive. I was out [at] a public restaurant. Bill Kinsinger, a pilot for Pilots N Paws, was last seen unresponsive and slumped over in the cockpit by F-16 fighters, according to NORAD. Her organization saves dogs and cats from being euthanized.

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"He did it out of the kindness of his heart", she said.

"We're still holding out hope that he will be found, and that a miracle will happen and we'll be able to hear the great news", she said.

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He's been doing it for years and his reason behind it was noble - for his brother.

The Coast Guard is using a C-130 aircraft in its search for the missing pilot and the plane. "So, twice a week, he picked up dogs and took them all over this part of the country". The condition can cause confusion, nausea, breathlessness and hallucinations.

"I hope that the family is holding out hope because we at Fetch Fido a Flight are very hopeful, you know, we're concerned, we're very concerned for his safety", Smith said.

"I have been checking all day with the Coast Guard and they say they are still out looking for him", said Kerri Kelly, the director of Dolly's Legacy Animal Rescue. Radar contact of the aircraft was lost about 200 miles northwest of Cancun and showed the aircraft at approximately 15,000 feet.

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