INVESTIGATION—Firefighters, above, look through the wreckage of a plane that went down June 4 in the middle of a horse arena in the Santa Rosa Valley. Killed in the crash were James and Dylan Harlan. ACORN FILE PHOTO Low flying and a resulting hard, upward turn may have played a factor in a June 4 plane crash in Ventura County that killed a Calabasas man and his son, according to a preliminary report released last week by the National Transportation Safety Board.
James Harlan’s Piper Cherokee wa...
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