NTSB releases preliminary information on Winter Haven plane collision

The NTSB released preliminary information on what led two planes to collide in Winter Haven earlier this week. In a news conference, the NTSB said they reviewed video evidence and air traffic information for the plane collision in Winter Haven that left four people dead. One of the planes was not doing touch-and-go maneuvers but did one full-stop landing and two go-around maneuvers. According to the NTSB, the Cherokee Piper 161 plane announced its location and intention to approach runway 29 in Winter Haven. The Piper J-3 Cub attempted to dive to the right immediately before the collision.