This week, a small plane crash occurred in Brentwood, killing one person and leading to power outages in the area.
On Tuesday morning, the Brentwood Police Department announced that the plane had come down and killed one person. Only one person, the pilot, was aboard the plane.
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— Brentwood Police (@BTNPD) October 18, 2022
The plane was a single-engine Piper PA-32, and it crashed at approximately 7:30 am on Tuesday morning. So the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) launched an investigation into the crash to find out exactly what happened.
The Brentwood Police Department, Brentwood Fire and Rescue, Tennessee Highway Patrol, Nashville Electric Service, and National Transportation Safety Board also became involved in the investigation.
The plane crashed directly onto Old Smyrna Road, in between Edmondson Pike and Jones Parkway. Because of the FAA investigation, the road will be closed for the foreseeable future. The FAA has not announced how long the road closure will last.
The plane crashed caused power outages in the area for about 150 customers in the area. But the power came back online at about 11 am Tuesday morning.
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