Florida Doctor Killed In Plane Crash While Preparing For Upcoming Stuart Air Show

By  //  November 3, 2019

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Dr. Masessawas was piloting a Grumman OV-1 Mohawk when he crashed

 

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(FOX NEWS) – A plane crash ahead of a Florida air show has left the pilot, a doctor, dead, officials said.

The crash reportedly happened on Friday afternoon at Witham Field, where the Stuart Air Show was scheduled for this past weekend.
“It was in its practice routine and it went nose down into the runway,” Treasure Coast Newspapers reported Chris Kammel, bureau chief of Martin County Fire Rescue EMS, said.

The Grumman OV-1 Mohawk airplane was reportedly fully engulfed in flames and witnesses outside the airport reported seeing black smoke after the crash. The fire was quickly extinguished.

The Stuart Air Show posted a picture of the doctor on Instagram and wrote, “On Friday, November 1, 2019, we lost Dr. Joseph Masessa while preparing for this weekend’s event. Joe was a beloved performer of the air show, a local Floridian, and will forever be family.”

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