Owner Of Plane That Crashed Near Boynton Beach Identified

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An SR-22, Like This, Crashed Near Boynton Beach. Courtesy Wikipedia.

BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The company that owns the SR-22 plane that crashed Sunday evening in the Arthur Marshall Wildlife Preserve has been identified as Mann Aviation, LLC, a company based in Geneva, Florida. According to the FAA, the plane is has been in operation since 2008.
As BocaNewsNow.com does not like to approach victims in the first hours after a disaster, we will report that the Palm Beach Post says that it has placed several calls to Mann Aviation’s registered agent, Jeffrey Mann, but has received no response.
Using publicly available information from FlightAware.com, we provide to you the history of what is believed to be the plane that crashed.
As of 12:17p, the NTSB, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Palm Beach Fire Rescue, and others are on the scene, trying to locate and recover what are believed to be two victims.  The area is extremely dense and remote.

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