Families' tributes to friends who died in East Yorkshire plane crash

THE families of two well-known members of East Yorkshire’s farming community killed in an aircraft crash near Leven have spoken of their devastating loss. Tony Cook, 79, was a passenger on board the Reims Cessna F172N aircraft, owned and piloted by his good friend Richard Lewis, when the plane came down on the approach to Beverley Airfield, near Leven, on October 10.
The accident, which happened as the pair were returning from a visit to the Scottish borders to visit Mr Lewis’s relatives, sparked a massive search by police, joined by local farmers and other members of the emergency... read more

 
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