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Dean Lee Felterman and Mufid Jabour Plane Crash: Authorities identify two killed at at Harry P. Williams Memorial Airport plane crash

Dean Lee Felterman and Mufid Jabour Obituary: Authorities identify two killed at at Harry P. Williams Memorial Airport plane crash.

Dr. Eric Melancon, the coroner for St. Mary, has identified the two men who died in a plane crash at Harry P. Williams Memorial Airport on Thursday as Dean Lee Felterman and Mufid Jabour.

69-year-old Felterman worked as a yacht trader, according to his Facebook account, While Jabour, 48, was a licenced pilot and tax preparer in Denham Springs.

The accident happened on Thursday at 3:11 p.m. and resulted in a fire that was put out by nearby fire departments. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is looking into what caused it.

On Friday, NTSB investigators visited the area to begin gathering information and documents about the flight, the aircraft, the pilot, and the meteorological conditions.

According to the NTSB website, a preliminary report will be released in two weeks, but the final decision may take up to two years.

The aircraft that crashed was a Cessna 414, a twin-engine design that has been in use since 1968 and has undergone a number of changes over the years. MJ Aviation in Denham Springs had the aircraft’s registration, and the Federal Aviation Administration’s online database and KLFY in Lafayette both cited the year 1973 as the year it was built.