Pilot of plane that crashed in Colorado mountains, went undiscovered for months blamed for fatal wreck
Quentin Aschoff, a 67-year-old from Bend, Oregon, died in the wreck of his single-engine Cessna 210 on April 4, 2018, near Alma
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MAP: More than 70 people have died in Colorado aircraft crashes since 2014. Here’s what the data tells us.
Between 2014 and 2017, Colorado ranked fifth in number of fatal aircraft crashes in the U.S.
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