Brazos Plane Crash Leaves Five Dead; Piper Single Engine Aircraft

On Monday, a 6-seater Piper single-engine aircraft crashed in Brazos County, Texas  leaving all 5 board dead.  The crash occurred after 10 p.m. near North Zulch in the town of Edge.  

Officials identified the deceased as David Butler, Michael Butler, Kelly Butler and two children.  The Butler’s were from Stockbridge, GA.   The flight took-off from Atlanta Georgia and made a stop in Jackson, Miss. and were on its way to Waco, TX.  The plane was registered to Michael Butler. 

It has been reported that the plane came in contact with some bad weather and made a radio call into a Fort Worth tower for assistance.  

The Federal Aviation Administration and other officials are on the scene of the crash collecting evidence and conduction its investigation into the cause of the crash. 

For more than 30 years, the Franecke Law Group has been leading aviation investigations and representation of victims and their families.  Piper Aircraft, Inc. is considered one of the major aircraft manufacturers in the world and the Franecke Law Group is very familiar with this particular aircraft.  If you or a loved one has been involved in a crash involving the Piper single-engine plane, call today for a free legal consultation 888.457.7040.

Founder and Senior Lead Counselor Louis S. Franecke, Esq. is an aerospace engineer, pilot and lawyer who’s entire career has been dedicated to aviation law.  Call to speak with him directly and schedule an in-person meeting.

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