Blue Skies and Tailwinds Forever – Al Goss

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Two people are dead after a plane crashed near Highway 58 west of Bakersfield.
The World War II-era single-engine aircraft broke into pieces and caught on fire after crashing in a remote area, according to the Kern County Fire Department. The only nearby business is a Frito-Lay plant.

The names of the people who died are unknown, but Federal Aviation Administration records show the AT-6F plane from 1945 is registered to Alfred Goss of Bakersfield.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

Serial Number      112237      Type Registration      Individual
Manufacturer Name     NORTH AMERICAN     Certificate Issue Date     08/15/1992
Model     AT-6F     Status     Valid
Type Aircraft     Fixed Wing Single-Engine     Type Engine     Reciprocating
Pending Number Change     None     Dealer     No
Date Change Authorized     None     Mode S Code     52413667
MFR Year     1945     Fractional Owner     NO
Engine Manufacturer     P&W     Classification     Standard
Engine Model     R1340 SERIES     Category     Normal
A/W Date     03/31/1994

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