Plane Crash In Wells TX. Nothing Left But Burnt Wreckage
Monday Night, In Wells Texas, Sarah Benton was one of the first people on the scene of a downed and Burning wreckage of a plane that resulted in the death of an un-identified Oklahoma man.
and couldn't believe what she saw. she and others went through a fence with nothing more than a a cell phone light and a half dead spotlight, Benton said. "There was a strong smell coming like burning; a strong but unfamiliar kind of burning. We eventually ended up walking right up on it, and at that point, you know our adrenaline, our hearts were like going crazy because we were wondering, are there people there?"
Another eyewitness to the crash scene Garret Rogers Said."Whenever I got over there, there was nothing left; it's just burnt, everything was burnt, the plane was all melted down," Garrett Rogers also said. "That's whenever I called the cops."
because there were a lot of emergency personnel in the area, they told acquaintances with the Wells Volunteer Fire Department if they were looking for a fire,
Deidra Turner said because there were a lot of emergency personnel in the area, they told acquaintances with the Wells Volunteer Fire Department if they were looking for a fire, That they thought Their pasture was on fire.
Maegan Prejean with KTRE Reported:Once the teens discovered the fire, several law enforcement agencies were everywhere in the wooded area within minutes, taking part in a massive search to find the crash scene.
Josh Luellen, a Wells volunteer firefighter, said the scene was "chaotic and busy." "At first it was pretty hectic because there was so many reports of different areas where the aircraft had went down," Robert Kalka, a Wells volunteer firefighter, said. "Once DPS got there, they completely shut it down and wouldn't let nobody, wouldn't let first responders, fire department in until the FAA got there."