Pilot Killed in Mooresville Plane Crash After Hitting Trees

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – A tragic airplane crash rocked a Lake Norman neighborhood on Sunday, claiming the life of the pilot. Randy Mysliviec, a resident of Mooresville, was flying his single-engine plane toward Lake Norman Airport when the aircraft struck several trees and ultimately crashed into an abandoned house site.

Daniel Gregory, a resident of the impacted neighborhood, vividly recounted the horrifying moments when he and his family witnessed the plane heading towards their home. In a heart-wrenching turn of events, first responders tried to save the pilot’s life en route to the hospital, but tragically, Mysliviec succumbed to his injuries.

The doomed flight, operated by a privately owned plane with the tail number N539MA, took off shortly after 11:50 a.m. and ceased flying around 12:13 p.m. Investigators revealed that the plane’s flight path included a loop over Lake Norman before the fatal crash occurred near a home on Adrian Lane.

The Federal Aviation Association (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board have launched a thorough investigation into the incident, although it may take up to a month before any substantial developments surface.

As the local community grapples with the aftermath of this devastating event, residents are left to mourn the loss of Randy Mysliviec and await further updates from the ongoing investigation. This is a developing story, and updates can be found at the local news source’s website.