Seattle, WA Two Planes Mid Air Collision, June 1956
THREE KILLED IN AIR COLLISION
Seattle, June 21 (AP) -- Three men died today in the collision of two small airplanes.
The victims, as identified by the King County coroner's office were:
MARK PETER MILLER, 31, of Beaverton, Ore., president of the Terminal Flour Mills Co., of Portland, and the Spokane Flour Mills Co.
CALVIN W. BOYLE, 32, an airlines employe and part-time flying instructor and ELLIS CLARK, 44, who was taking a flying lesson from him. Both were of Seattle. BOYLE was the father of four.
Both planes apparently were approaching Seattle's Boeing Field for landings. The three men were thrown clear as the shattered planes plummeted earthward.
The Post-Standard Syracuse New York 1956-06-22