Adrian Funnell

LA-based businessman and regular pilot of single engine planes

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LA-based businessman and regular pilot of single engine planes

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Yesterday, two single-engine Cessnas collided in mid-air a mile from the Corona Municipal Airport.  Five people were killed.

Cessnas Collide, Killing Pilots and One Person on Ground

Yesterday, two single-engine Cessnas collided in mid-air a mile from the Corona Municipal Airport.  Five people were killed.

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