A plane belonging to Roy Halladay has crashed in the Gulf of Mexico by Pasco County in Florida, according to multiple reports. CBS affiliate WTSP in Tampa reports that one person was killed in the crash, and that “it was not immediately known if Halladay was flying the plane.”
The local sheriff’s department tweeted (via Crossing Broad):
The individuals from the crash have not been confirmed and is still under investigation. The Florida Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Coast Guard, Pasco Fire Department and Pasco Sheriff’s Office are all responding to the scene. We cannot confirm the flight plan or if there was one as of this time. The recovery team is doing a search of the plane and around it. We have not confirmed survivors at this point. One body was located. We will be holding a second press conference around 4:30 p.m. to provide updates on the plane crash.
As WTSP notes, Halladay has tweeted several times about the aircraft of late:
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