Collision between business jet and another plane on the runway at Tullahoma Regional Airport

Tullahoma Regional Airport Plane Collision; Celebrating Talk of the Town’s 40th Anniversary

A Diamond DA-42 plane was involved in a collision with a business jet, specifically a Cessna Citation II, at Tullahoma Regional Airport around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The incident happened while the DA-42 was taxiing, which is the process of moving an airplane while it is on the runway. Fortunately, no injuries were reported as a result of the collision.

Meanwhile, Talk of the Town, a locally produced talk show that has been running for 40 years, is celebrating its anniversary. The show has become one of the longest-running programs of its kind in the country and reflects on its history with names like Bob Lobertini, Chris Clark, Hope Hines, and Oprah coming to mind. Iconic shows such as Night Train and Hee Haw are also remembered fondly. Forrest Sanders, who is currently a storyteller-in-chief at NewsChannel 5, offers an entertaining and nostalgic look back at this beloved program.

The FAA is currently investigating the situation involving the collision and is expected to provide a preliminary report within a few days. At this time, no further details are available but updates will be provided as soon as more information becomes available. It’s important to note that aircraft registration number for Diamond DA-42 involved in the collision is N333EB. More information about the planes can be found by searching online.

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